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I have just installed Windows 10 and I have noticed the screens of any worde processing, or Internet site bleed over on all four sides, so manipulating the Task bar or the scrolling bar, etc. becomes extremely tedious and time-consuming. One guy(who hasn't answered me) suggested I start XD, then download drivers for my graphics card. I never heard of XD. Can you help by giving me step-by-step advice?

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