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Twice the resolution after running Windows Repair AIO in safe mode?

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#1 Sylveon Fetish

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Posted 10 January 2016 - 09:45 PM

I ran Tweaking.com Windows Repair AIO to fix a file association problem with Windows Explorer amongst other issues in safe mode like the program recommended on my HP 255 G2 Notebook PC and when my computer restart after the repairs were finished, my display was twice as beautiful, it looks like the screen resolution is twice now than it was prior to the repairs. right click desktop screen resolution still reports the same 1366x768 resolution but I can see at least twice as much, and all the captions on my art photos reflect that, the text is so tiny on it because it it showing all my images at higher resolutions than now in order to read the text, I need to zoom in on those large images when I didn't used to need to because it would show less of the image which made it seem closer up. Firefox, Windows Explorer, Word Processing everything shows more area now after running that program.


I request an explanation of why this is. please.

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Posted 11 January 2016 - 01:41 AM

Not Sure ? Upload a Screen Shot for all to see and advise further.

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