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Help with 1920x1080 and screen size?

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January 10, 2013 9:53:07 PM

My 21.5" Samsung T22B350 allegedly has a native resolution of 1920x1080, however, trying to run it at 1920x1080 makes text appear extremely small, and formatting ratios are very off.

Can I do something, or do I have to run in 1600x900 for all eternity:) ?

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a c 133 U Graphics card
January 10, 2013 9:58:34 PM

You can set your resolution to whatever you like that your monitor supports. Your monitor is able to be at 1920x1080 however if the icons are to small or you don't like how it looks you can turn it down to perhaps 1680x1050 or the resolution you presented 1600x900 you can do this all in the screen resolution tab.
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a b U Graphics card
January 10, 2013 10:08:25 PM

darksparten said:
My 21.5" Samsung T22B350 allegedly has a native resolution of 1920x1080, however, trying to run it at 1920x1080 makes text appear extremely small, and formatting ratios are very off.

Can I do something, or do I have to run in 1600x900 for all eternity:) ?


From windows 7, you can change the icon size from the control panel without lowering your resolution
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a c 133 U Graphics card
January 10, 2013 10:12:29 PM

Or you can do that if you wanted to. However it doesn't change the ratio.
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January 10, 2013 10:34:11 PM

darksparten said:
My 21.5" Samsung T22B350 allegedly has a native resolution of 1920x1080, however, trying to run it at 1920x1080 makes text appear extremely small, and formatting ratios are very off.

Can I do something, or do I have to run in 1600x900 for all eternity:) ?


It is a 1920x1080 resolution monitor. And everything looks small because that's how resolution works. The higher the resolution, the more things can be on the screen at a single time, the smaller everything will be. Not sure what you mean by "formatting ratios are off". If you are referring to something like wallpaper, then yes, potentially if you have a wallpaper for a 1920x1200 or 4:3 ratio desktop and you want the wallpaper to fit on the screen from edge to edge without anything being cutoff, then yes the wallpaper will look distorted. That's how aspect ratios work. If you take a square picture and you want it to fit in a larger rectangle from edge to edge guess what is going to happen to the picture?

Yes, you can use lower resolution to increase the size of everything. If 1600x900 makes the text still too small to read, then try 1366x768.
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Anonymous
January 10, 2013 10:42:28 PM

You think thats small you should see a 30" 2560 x 1600 display. The windows icons are smaller than a shirt button on screen.
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a c 133 U Graphics card
January 10, 2013 11:35:51 PM

haha Soldier I like your metaphor thats funny!
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