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I just bought a 24in dell hd monitor,, and i cant seem to get it in full screen,, the menu on...
the side says its in full screen,, but when i pull up my home page, msn, it only uses 8in of the screen... Can it be adjusted to fill the whole screen, or is it bcoz of the hd signal, that wont let it fill the whole screen,, am i screwd with this? please help if you can,, thanks Todd Shepherd
It sounds like you need to just click the full screen button on your web browser. The icon on the left of the red "x" enables or disables full screen mode. Just click that button to enable or disable full screen mode. That should resolve your problem but if it doesn't for some strange reason then you can toggle full screen mode off then drag your mouse to the corner that needs to be resized and the mouse will change to a corner arrow, then click and drag to resize your screen to your liking.
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