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The instructions below are based on the assumption that yours is a Windows-based operating system (not Microsoft Vista, though). If your operating system is Microsoft Windows Vista or a non-Microsoft or or non-Windows-based operating system, please, let us know and we'll provide you w/ the appropriate instructions for changing your resolution.
(01) Right-click anywhere on the desktop (the screen you see after you have logged into Windows).
(02) Select PROPERTIES at the bottom of the context menu
(03) Click on the SETTINGS tab.
(04) In the mid to lower left you will see a section called "Screen Resolution"
(05) Move the slide arrow to the resolution you'd like to try or change to.
(06) Click the APPLY button in the lower right.
(07) Choose the NO button if you don't wish to keep the new resolution and YES if you do.
(08) Repeat this process (steps (5) thru (7)) until you've decided on a new display resolution.
(08) Once you've decided on which resolution you'd like to keep, click the OK button
That should do the trick.
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