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EVERYTHING ON MY SCREEN IS IN VERY LARGE PRINT,EVEN MY SCREEN SAVER,I CAN'T GET EVERYTHING TO FIT ON MY SCREEN,BECAUSE OF THIS I'M HAVIN PROBLEMS STROLLING ,BECUZ IT WON'T FIT.

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Right click on main screen and click properties>then settings> and and you can change the resolution.

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    Click Settings to adjust factors such as the speed, size and color of the screen saver that you want to use.

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