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Desktop negative photo shot

Desktop looks alike a negative photo shot
is somebody using my computer?
can I change it and how please help

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Nobody is using your computer, so you don't have to worry about that. To change your computer back to normal hold down the Control, Option/Alt, Command, and "8" keys. This will change your desktop back to its normal state

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