Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
As I was using the computer with Vista, my screen suddenly rotated and has changed to portrait format instead of the normal landscape format and the cursor is not working well either. Any suggestions as to how do I go back to normal desktop format. Thanks.
Ctrl+Alt+and direction button (Up, down, left, or right) all at same time is hotkey for changing screen orientation
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Tips for a great answer:
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|Windows Key + S||Open Search Charm to search Windows and Web|
|Windows Key + Q||Search within the opened app|
|Windows Key + F||Search files|
|Windows Key + Z||Get Commands and Context Menus within an app|
|Windows Key + . + Right Arrow||Snap app to the right|
|Windows Key + . + Left Arrow||Snap app to the left|
|Ctrl + plus (+)||Zoom in on Start Screen|
|Ctrl + Minus (-)||Zoom out on Start Screen|
|Windows Key + Down Arrow||Close an app|
|Windows Key + Start Typing||Search your PC|
|Windows Key + O||Lock the screen orientation (portrait or landscape)|
|Windows Key + Ctrl + Spacebar||Change to a previously selected input language|
|Windows Key + P||Choose a presentation display mode|
|Windows Key + X||Open Start Button options|
|Windows Key + Home||
Minimize all but the active desktop window
on Nov 12, 2014 | Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Windows
Open Personalization by clicking
the Start button, clicking Control
Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Personalization.
Click Window Color and Appearance.
Under Window Color and Appearance,
click the color you want, and then click OK.
If you see the Appearance Settings dialog box instead
of the Window Color and Appearance
window, the theme might not be set to Windows Vista, the color scheme might not be
set to Windows Aero, or the computer might
not meet the minimum hardware requirements for running Windows Aero. For more information, see Troubleshoot
problems with Windows Aero.
Hope this helps.
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