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My desktop is enlarged and I can't set it back.


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jenimation

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My computer froze up suddenly so I restarted it and when it started back up, all the icons on my desktop were enlarged and my icons were reset (I had them set in a specific way). My start bar is also huge and the font under my icons has changed as well. The only weird thing is that my internet browser is the right size. I've looked everywhere for a solution and when I right click the desktop and select "view", it says my desktop icons are at the medium setting and my screen resolution is also at the highest setting. Usually people have the problem of having EVERYTHING huge on their screen when it's just my icons and start bar that are huge.
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:welcome: jenimation

Try restoring the computer to a time and date before the issue happened, details Here

Let us know how you get on.
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Thank god, the system restore worked! Thanks for the help.
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I am pleased that the system restore resolved the issue for you and thank you for the follow up jenimation :thumbsup:
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