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I upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7; the image that is displayed has never fit the size of the monitor technically it’s a TV, but whatever.

I always would use Nvidia Control Panel to resize the image to fit the monitor, but it wasn’t updated for Windows 10 or 8 for that matter , so there is about an inch border of the screen that I can’t see. I have a Nvidia GTS graphics card. I was wondering if there is some way that I could resize the image or not. I also tried to go under display settings, but for whatever reason, the section where I can change the resolution is greyed out. Here is the problem I have experienced for the on-screen keyboard with or without tablet mode , – When the on-screen keyboard comes up, the windows will not automatically resize to make way.

The Keyboard will end up covering the window. In Windows 8. Why doesn’t Windows provide the location of the spotlight lock screen image? I really wish they would. Any one else see an image and wonder the physical location of the image?

I upgraded to Windows It’s not that the fonts are too small, it’s just that it makes my monitor look a lot smaller and I cannot seem to get it to fill up the entire monitor like Windows 8. How to change the login screen image? I’m not talking about the lock screen, which is the first screen to show up when you start your computer, I’m talking about the one where you actually enter your password. So I’m having a minor issue where my Windows 10 lock screen image keeps reverting back to one of the default ones Microsoft provides located in C:Windowsweb.

The image it keeps selecting is Image It seems to happen on my Surface 3 while charging over night. My screen won’t fit my monitor, the time on the bottom right is off my screen. It’s like its zoomed in too much. I was wondering where the login screen background image is stored? I’m trying to change it to a different image. I am currently unable to set a lock screen background image Windows 10 Pro bit.

When on the Lock Screen customization window, it is pretty bare with no images to choose from. Browsing and choosing any image results in nothing happening and it does not add it refer to LockScreen image attached. If I try to set it when viewing any image it has the error “Can’t set as lock screen. Make sure the file isn’t damaged and try again. Also note that the Slideshow option is not in the dropdown either. Yesterday I upgraded to Windows 10 and it set the lock screen to a basic color.

Then the fun started Tried choosing a different image or custom image. It would appear set, but lock screen would not change even after reboot. It symobilizes a website link url.

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I upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7; the image that is displayed has never fit the size of the monitor technically it’s a TV, but whatever. I always would use Nvidia Control Panel to resize the image to fit the monitor, but it wasn’t updated for Windows 10 or 8 for that matter , so there is about an inch border of the screen that I can’t see.

I have a Nvidia GTS graphics card. I was wondering if there is some way that I could resize the image or not. I also tried to go under display settings, but for whatever reason, the section where I can change the resolution is greyed out. Here is the problem I have experienced for the on-screen keyboard with or without tablet mode , – When the on-screen keyboard comes up, the windows will not automatically resize to make way. The Keyboard will end up covering the window. In Windows 8.

Why doesn’t Windows provide the location of the spotlight lock screen image? I really wish they would. Any one else see an image and wonder the physical location of the image? I upgraded to Windows It’s not that the fonts are too small, it’s just that it makes my monitor look a lot smaller and I cannot seem to get it to fill up the entire monitor like Windows 8.

How to change the login screen image? I’m not talking about the lock screen, which is the first screen to show up when you start your computer, I’m talking about the one where you actually enter your password. So I’m having a minor issue where my Windows 10 lock screen image keeps reverting back to one of the default ones Microsoft provides located in C:Windowsweb.

The image it keeps selecting is Image It seems to happen on my Surface 3 while charging over night. My screen won’t fit my monitor, the time on the bottom right is off my screen. It’s like its zoomed in too much. I was wondering where the login screen background image is stored? I’m trying to change it to a different image.

I am currently unable to set a lock screen background image Windows 10 Pro bit. When on the Lock Screen customization window, it is pretty bare with no images to choose from.

Browsing and choosing any image results in nothing happening and it does not add it refer to LockScreen image attached. If I try to set it when viewing any image it has the error “Can’t set as lock screen. Make sure the file isn’t damaged and try again.

Also note that the Slideshow option is not in the dropdown either. Yesterday I upgraded to Windows 10 and it set the lock screen to a basic color. Then the fun started Tried choosing a different image or custom image.

It would appear set, but lock screen would not change even after reboot. Tried troubleshooting by taking the same actions as in Windows 8. Checked every Registry Key I found mention of when searching online none needing to be changed. I renamed the SystemData folder as a website recommended. Windows did make a new, fresh copy. However this is what kicked it over to the state I am in now. Restoring the old folder did no good.

Before coming here I did one last thing. It claimed the img was corrupt and replaced it, but nothing changed. What I can do to restore the functionality of the Lock Screen customization without reinstalling Windows? Note that I am not trying to change the logon screen background I can’t remember when and how this started, but definitely after upgrading from Windows 8.

Happens in some games as well where the cut scenes change. I tested it by full screening a plain black image and the screen went to sleep, mouse cursor dissapeared.

Moving the mouse does not wake up the screen, only when i press Win key to bring up some color to the screen. I have checked all the power settings and turned off all the sleep settings, ‘Turn off display after’ is set to ‘Never’ ‘Multimedia settings’ are set to ‘ Prevent idling ‘ and ‘Optimize video quality’.

For some reason I can’t seem to figure out I can not change the size of the screen on my monitor. I have tried everything in personalization and display settings. Nothing is working. I have looked online and can not find answers there either.

I cant change the size of my screen to fit my monitor! I am unable to resize windows in Windows My only two choices seem to be to make the window full size, or to minimize it. The middle of the three buttons in the right hand corner does not work. I also do not get the little arrows at the edge of each window that enable one to resize. I can’t do this with Microsoft Edge-it doesn’t give me any options to re-size the document for printing?

Is there an option I am missing? Since upgrading to Win 10, I have a couple of issues. Note Pad Whole screen or minimized The calculator is the same I worked around that by downloading the win 7 calculator. I look at it so much, I realized I wanted it as my desktop. Only one problem I cant find the damn picture! Where I put it on my computer.

Shouldn’t windows be maintaining a copy of the file somewhere? Windows spotlight under the lock screen settings set a picture for me that I’d like to make permanent. Unfortunately it will change when the new windows spotlight picture is sent out. What is the save location of this image file so I can set it as my permanent lock screen picture?

I just updated to Windows 10 and already having problems. I have a dual monitor setup and back on windows 8, both monitors had a good display.

Now on windows 10, my main monitor has a blurry or less quality compared to my second monitor. It was always fine until I switched windows. I installed Win 10 on a new pc I built.

Its working ok except twice when I turned the pc on all the icons had shifted to the left side of the monitor screen. Normally I group the icons into groups that are alike. When they snap to the left it is a mess. Is this a problem with Win 10? Is there a way I can get them back to groups without doing it one icon at a time? I have a acer Z and use an acer ALW as an additional monitor which worked fine with Windows 7, since I upgraded to windows 10 my second monitor does not work and my main screen just goes black.

I open the ASUS installer and installed my display driver. I downloaded Windows 10 on release and despite its flaws, I actually like it. I am finding an issue with Explorer though. I’ve noticed that the preview image icon for folders doesn’t resize itself to fit within the folder preview section, so if the image I want to show as a preview on that folder icon is tiny, it’ll show as being tiny in the preview with loads of blank space around it, for larger images it does seem to fit in, though if the image is longer than it is wide than it’ll cut the bottom bit off.

This wasn’t the case in previous versions of Windows and I presume it can be tweaked in the registry. I’m using a 4K monitor and Microsoft have improved the scaling in this OS, but it’s still not exactly brilliant. Third party software is the main culprit tbf.

Worked perfectly and no problems But I’ve noticed that if I need to restart the system I will get the usual Blue screen saying “Restarting”, this will then goto a Black screen.

IF I then press and hold the power button to force shutdown the computer and then press it again it will perform a normal boot, I see the BIOS Image etc. Aug 1, My screen won’t fit my monitor, the time on the bottom right is off my screen.

I have checked all the power settings and turned off all the sleep settings, ‘Turn off display after’ is set to ‘Never’ ‘Multimedia settings’ are set to ‘ Prevent idling ‘ and ‘Optimize video quality’ View 5 Replies Cannot Change The Screen Size On Monitor Jul 30, For some reason I can’t seem to figure out I can not change the size of the screen on my monitor.

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