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    Get your screen size right

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    Get your screen size right
    OK so I googled how to do this, I had to set up 200 resolution looks normal on desktop, about to fix metro mode.

    When I figure out how to seamlessly integrate music I will share it with you guys, because I do like you (especially Nick who has always been so nice to me).

    Combining Windows 8 and a Retina MacBook - TechRepublic

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    Get your screen size right
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    Hey there. I'm a little confused (I think some info is missing). Thread title says "Get your screen size right"...post info doesn't really ask a question. Can you tell us what the problem/question is?

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    Get your screen size right

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    Hey there. I'm a little confused (I think some info is missing). Thread title says "Get your screen size right"...post info doesn't really ask a question. Can you tell us what the problem/question is?

    Thanks,

    - Nick
    Nick you are the man, OK so the desktop in Windows 8 looks way too small you squint, it's usable it has to do with the retina display.

    What was formerly known as "metro" runs right but desktop isn't supported by high resolution devices including Surface, you know they can't do this for you it's like Windows thinks it's the best way to do it.

    Thanks, I'm working on giving what I have to the community because I'm good with computers.

    edit: working on explaining it right because I know it so well it's hard for me to explain it well.

    Desktop will be a thing of the past I think mainly annoying when we have to run it, but this is long term transition. Windows will be extremely profitable long term.

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