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Why do you want to play this game in window mode? This is an incredible game. If you really want to play this game in window mode, go to options and deselect - Full-screen or anything like that. Or, select - Window Mode or anything like that.
Now that's a program I've not worked with in a while ;-) I haven't used it since my early high school days in the 1990s. Turbo is a really old application that has been around for ages- unfortunately, being as such, it is only capable of developing 16-bit DOS applications, which has, for better or worse, gone the way of the dinosaur. In the x64-bit versions of Windows Vista and 7, all 16-bit native support has actually gone out the window in favor of 32-bit and 64-bit application development. This is why DosBox was invented- it is a true 16-bit DOS environment (much like command.com and CMD.exe used to be) that is capable of running all the older DOS programs that are no longer compatible with Windows. When you run Turbo from the DOSbox program, press ALT-ENTER and it will fullscreen whatever you're working with. Hope this helps, - Vern
How many monitors do you have? some online games needs to be run in full screen mode. If you only have one monitor then you would have to switch between the game and the browser.
You can also try running the game in windowed mode if it has the option so you can see them both.
Hope this helps!
Check to make sure you aren't running the game in a Window but in full screen mode. If you are running it in a Window this might effect the "refresh rate" for the window it is being run in which would account for the "flickering" effect.
Most games have a setup function. Select "video settings" from the Set Up Menu and make sure you are running the software in full screen mode and at the proper resolution and refresh rates.
What games do you play?
In some internet games you can press F11 for full screen.
Though in most games you have to go through their menu's to get full screen.
In windows the default keystroke for fullscreen in Alt, Enter pressed together.
Though that is not a guarantee either.
Generally how to get full-screen is different from game to game in some sort of settings menu.
For instance I play Last Chaos online and it is automatically full-screen.
When I played runescape online I had to select full-screen at the log in screen.
It may be worth going to the game makers web site and see if there are any patches regarding your make of your graphics card.
It may also be the fact that the game resolution does not match the screen resolution, try changing it in the game settings if it's possible for you to do so, as the monitor seems to be struggling with the change of resolution as you start up the game.