A Note About Resolution
Resolution means the amount of data that you can see on your
screen at one time without scrolling down/right. Windows 95 lets
you choose the resolution that you
want, with the exception of monitors that do not support this option.
I reccomend first setting your system to at least 16-bit color depth and
then increasing the
resolution to the highest setting in which text and icons are still
visible. On most computers, the default is 640x480 pixels.
This means that if you were to view an
image that had a size of 640x480, it would take up your entire screen.
If you set the resolution too high, you may not be able to view normal
sized text and images
properly, but if you have a decent sixed monitor (15" and up) then
you should be able to set your resolution to 1024x768 (The optimum setting
for the 'net) with no
To change your resolution in Windows 95, simply
go into your Control Panel, choose Display and select the Settings tab.
Then, simply drag the selector bar to
the desired resolution.
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