Select your model. Download the video driver. In System Properties / Hardware, uninstall your Display Adapter. Reboot. Install the newly downloaded driver. Reboot again. Your display properties should now work correctly. Set them at Control Panel / Display Properties / Settings.
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While browsing, hold down the Ctrl button and roll your mouse's scroll back and forth in order to change page size. As far as I recall, under Windows 7 you could do the same thing with text in rich-text documents, help files and while viewing images using the default Windows 7 application.
Change the screen resolution in the Control Panel for the Display.
Click Start/Control Panel and look for Display or Appearance and Personalization. When the Display opens select the Settings Tab. Change the Resolution by setting it up higher, click Apply then click OK.
You could Right Click on an open area on your desktop and select Properties. When the Display opens select the Settings Tab. Change the Resolution by setting it up higher, click Apply, then click OK.
if you are referring to online pages, for internet explorer browsers you must click 'Page', scroll down to 'Zoom' and choose 100% to fit everything on the screen. you may also want to adjust text size or screen resolution. hope this helps. please rate me and thanks for choosing enterprise computing solutions