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Problem in dos application

I m vista user.i have faced a problem in dos based application. i can't work because of screen mode.when i starts c++ editor,my system can't support due to that i can't use fullscreen mode.pls send me the solution of this problem.

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Hi

change your resolution to 800x600 or 1024x768 resolution.
then right click the c++ exe then go to its property and go to screen enable the full screen. now u get the c++ editor in full screen.

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