aspire 250 ,cant open apps


Noob Whisperer
Nov 19, 2013
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This is not a new problem related to Windows 10. It has been around since the introduction of "Modern Apps". A particular minimum screen resolution is required.
First..... Have you downloaded and installed the most current driver for your device's graphics card?

Second there are any number of registry hacks out there which suggest a means to "Force modern apps to run on low screen resolution" just Google it.
Here's one
As the article suggests this particular hack is graphics card dependent so if the registry key is not there it won't do you any good to create it to force it to work.
(If you don’t see any search results, this trick won’t work for you. You shouldn’t try to add this setting yourself, as it is graphics-driver-dependent.)

Using the Windows Registry Editor can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to re-install Windows to correct them. It cannot be guaranteed that any problems resulting from the use of the Windows Registry Editor can be solved. If you choose to edit the Windows Registry please understand that you do so at your own risk so unless you feel fairly comfortable and confident you should probably not use the Editor. Changes made to the Windows Registry can take effect immediately and those that do not will take effect following the next reboot of your computer, and a current backup is not automatically made for you....So manually create a system restore point, backup the registry and export the key you are editing for safe keeping before doing so.
Jan 27, 2016
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Many computers do not allow a RESOLUTION hi enough to run the APPS. and unless you are very adapt at RegEdit. it is not worth the time to HACK the REGISTERY to get a higher resolution.
and this problem started prior to Windows 10.

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