You will need
- the computer was preinstalled with Windows XP (Vista, Windows 7).
Right-click the mouse on any free space on your desktop. Select "Properties" from the drop-down submenu. In the tab "Properties" find "Screen" and then click "Settings". Note the section "Permission screen".
Look under the slider, responsible for the scale of the display. Decide on the screen resolution that you need. Read the instructions to the computer, what is the scale of the screen, the computer manufacturer considers the standard and recommends to the installation. Keep in mind that changing the slider under "screen Resolution" will entail changes to the display of all objects on the desktop, and the scale of the table itself. Permission is also responsible for the clarity of the outlines and readability of the font.
To zoom out the desktop, set the mouse cursor on the slider, press and hold the left mouse button. Pay attention to proportion: the higher the screen resolution, the smaller the scale and Vice versa. Drag the slider slightly to the left to increase the screen resolution. This action simultaneously changes as the display scale and the size of all objects on the desktop, including standard shortcuts such as My computer, Windows media center, etc.
Pay attention to the fact that computer manufacturers deliberately choose utility under a certain scale the desktop. Resizing can badly affect the quality of images and fonts.
Cancel the zoom, if there are artifacts or defects in images of text fonts. To return the values approved by the manufacturer in the item "screen Resolution" select the setting "Standard".
After selecting the optimal resolution and zoom out your desktop, click "Apply" to enable the new settings. In the dialog box "display Settings" click "Yes" for the changes to take effect.