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Small taskbar etc on Google Chrome


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#1 JRHB14

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 06:13 PM

Just got a new computer and am slowly adjusting to Windows 8. Was quite unhappy however, when I downloaded and opened Google Chrome, only to find everything appearing smaller than normal. Pretty much everything from the taskbar to the actual text on the screen is a good deal smaller than it should be. Text can be zoomed in on, but this does nothing for the taskbar, and I would rather not have to zoom in as this can upset the formatting on certain sites. 

After doing some research online many recommend enabling HiDPI support off of chrome://flags. However, firstly I am uncertain whether my display is hiDPI, secondly when I go to the chrome://flags page the HiDPI support option was nowhere to be found.

 

Thanks for any help.


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Posted 24 August 2014 - 07:17 PM

At the very least, could someone let me know how to determine whether my display is HiDPI?






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