Knowledge Base - Display


Molecular Conceptor was designed for 96 Dot Per Inch.

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A. To change your DPI resolution on Windows 7:

  1. Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution.
  2. Choose Smaller - 100% (default)
  3. Click Apply and follow Windows instructions.
[Microsoft illustrated guide]

 

Windows 7

B. To change your DPI resolution on Vista:

  1. Open Personalization by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Personalization.
  2. In the left pane, click Adjust font size (DPI). If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  3. In the DPI Scaling dialog box, click Default scale (96 DPI)–fit more information, and then click OK.
[Microsoft illustrated guide]

 

Windows Vista

C. To change your DPI resolution on Windows XP:

  1. Place your cursor on an empty space on your desktop.
  2. Click the right mouse button.
  3. A popup menu will appear. Click on Properties.
  4. A popup window will appear. Click on the Settings tab.
  5. Click on the Advanced button.
  6. A popup window will appear. Click on the General tab.
  7. Select Normal Size (96 DPI).
  8. Click Apply and follow Windows instructions.

 

Windows XP

You need to set your Dot Per Inch resolution:

  1. Place your cursor on an empty space on your desktop.
  2. Click the right mouse button.
  3. A popup menu will appear. Click on Properties.
  4. A popup window will appear. Click on the Settings tab.
  5. Click on the Advanced button.
  6. A popup window will appear. Click on the General tab.
  7. Set the DPI resolution:
    • Windows 98/2000: Select Small Fonts (96 dpi).
    • Windows XP: Select Normal Size (96 dpi).
  8. Click Apply and follow Windows instructions.

Try to increase your screen colors depth:

  1. Place your cursor on an empty space on your desktop.
  2. Click the right mouse button.
  3. A popup menu will appear. Click on Properties.
  4. Click on the Settings tab.
  5. Select a different color setting in the Color Quality list. Choosing higher value provides better color quality on your screen. (Your monitor determines the color settings that are available for your screen.)
  6. Click Apply and follow Windows instructions.