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Changing back windows xp appearance

I've got a problem with the overall appearance such as the title bars and fonts of the xp in my computer. they became large therefore i have to scroll from left to right when i'm viewing some internet sites. this started when i downloaded a trial version of the game ice cream craze.when the trial time expired the appearance didn't get back to normal. please help. thanks a lot and God bless!

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Verify your video drivers to be latest for your hardware and O/S. Once this is done, set up your monitor and O/S to present the screen you desire to see during normal computer operation. At no time should you load the game until the computer itself is working the way you desire it to work. I researched the game a little on the net and saw nothing resembling your problem, however that does not mean that your hardware/drivers are compatible with this game.

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    For Windows 7
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