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Internet Browsers Don't Fit Screen Properly?

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#1 tgoodch1


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Posted 16 April 2014 - 03:26 PM

This is really more of an annoyance, than a problem, so I understand if it's removed for not being relevant to the forum, but here goes.


System: Dell Dem E521

Monitor: DellE197FP


Ever since I upgraded from Vista to Windows 7, my internet browsers don't seem to fit my screen.  The biggest nuisance is that the scroll bar, on the right side of the screen, is just off of the edge of the screen.


I've tried readjusting screen and text settings, as well as zooming in and out with different browsers, but I just can't get that scroll bar into view.


Is this common, with an easy fix?


I've uploaded a professional screenshot for a visual.


As always, I appreciate any tips, and thanks for all of your past, present, and future help. 




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#2 Roodo


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Posted 16 April 2014 - 03:35 PM

Do a restore down then manually resize the window. Close the window and it should reopen as you closed it.

#3 hamluis



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 03:49 PM

I would check the resolution being used by the video card/chip...against the monitor capabilities.


I would also uninstall the current video drivers (they may be damaged) and reinstall them.



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