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You can certainly allow Windows to help fine tune what seems best for you by doing the following:
- Right-click on Start
- Left-click on Control Panel
- In the Control Panel
1. select View by: Category then
2. click on Appearance and Personalization
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- In the window that opens click Adjust Clear Type text
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- Check the box in next screen, then click Next
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- Windows will check your monitor's native settings are at their optimum. Click Next
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- You will now see a series of five screens, and you choose which text item is easiest for you to read, then click Next
- Then finally click Finish
- Close the two open windows and you are done.
YES...NO CHANGES ... STILL CANNOT READHave you tried working through the "Clear Type text" settings?
Right click the desktop - Display settings -
At the bottom.in lighter text "Advanced Display settings"
Right down the options "Clear Type Text"
Work through and keep choosing a darker text to the finish.
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