Artman laptop screen has a resolution of 1920 x 1200 image. However, LCD monitors have a fixed, physical, resolution which is generally known as the native resolution. These types of monitors can only display lower resolutions thanks to the ascending image conversion, which occurs from the addition of pixels so that, for example, a graph of 1680 1050 can accommodate in a 1920 1200 screen. This, inevitably, distorts and blurs the image and there is a technical service of monitors that can correct this effect. A possible solution for this problem with reference to the operating system running on the laptop, is change in Windows the points per inch (DPI). While more pixels that Windows uses to draw one inch, or to draw a total of ten points, the size of the text and objects appear on the monitors. Contact information is here: Richard Blumenthal. Before going to a service monitors to solve this simple problem, here are a few possible solutions in the 3 most popular versions of Windows: * Windows 7: click on the home screen.
Click the display option that appears just below the control Panel. Select the option of your choice. * Vista: Click on start, select personalization. Click adjust the font size (DPI) in the left pane. Select the option to 120 DPI for an increase of 25 percent, or click Customize at the bottom right corner. You will need to reboot for the change takes effect.
* XP: Right click on an empty spot on the desktop and select Properties. Click the settings tab and then click the Advanced button. On the General tab, select the DPI setting in the drop-down menu. Select the option to 120 DPI for an increase of 25 percent, or click Customize at the bottom right corner.