My computer just sits there when I try to move to another screen
My computer just sits there when I click on information that would take me to another site. Sometimes it will finally open up the new site, other times it will just freeze up and not allow me to close the site. Also my computer seems to take longer to go from site to site. This is frustrating. Thanks!
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Right click on the screen. In the box that comes up select Graphic Properties. In the window that comes up click information. Box that comes up select monitor tab. Will have a list of display sizes and refresh rates that are supported by your monitor. Once you have that information you can make changes.
FYI: Acer says max resolution 1920 X 1080 with 75 HZ refresh rate.
Also if you have a tube light or speaker system close to the monitor then try moving it further away.
the problem is your computer cant handle all the information your putting into it. if you instal anything, it is constantly running. i suggest getting rid of some of the things you have installed on it then try again, if that doesn't work try a different computer. good luck!
Open your widget bar by touching the "W". Once it's open, add all of your widgets to the home screen. Stack them from top of the screen down. that should allow you to scroll down to the one you can't get to otherwise. Now simply move that one up higher, then begin to put back the ones you don't want into your widget bar in order from bottom to top. Once you have them docked back where you want them, click the "X" to close the widget bar.
Assuming no probs on the projector, PC and cables - Try lowering down the screen display resolution of your PC before pressing the FN + F7. Once displayed on the projector, you can increase to desired/workable settings. (Right click on a clear space of your desktop, click on Properties, click on Settings tab, in Screen resolution, move slider towards the extreme left).
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things went or should you need further information.