Even if you have a big monitor screen but using a graphics card that doesn’t allow you to set a...
Even if you have a big monitor screen but using a graphics card that doesn’t allow you to set a very high resolution, you will end up everything looking very big. It is annoying because all the window dialog boxes seems so big and taking up all the spaces on your desktop. It would be even worse if the program or dialog boxes doesn’t allow you to resize and it has its own fixed size. More Info »
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