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Windows 7: icon and start menu size has been lorger. how to restore to default?

19 Jun 2012   #1
hapoogold

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icon and start menu size has been lorger. how to restore to default?

Hi,
hete is an image of my desktop
you can see the gadget size is big, the taskbar is big, the close restore minimize button size is big, ...
how should I restore them to default size?
(I don't know what have I done that this happened.)




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19 Jun 2012   #2
IownAmoneyPit

Windows 7 Pro x 2/Windows 10 Home/10 Pro//Windows 10 Insider Preview ?
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hapoogold View Post
Hi,
hete is an image of my desktop
you can see the gadget size is big, the taskbar is big, the close restore minimize button size is big, ...
how should I restore them to default size?
(I don't know what have I done that this happened.)

Hello hapoogold first check your DPI settings using the tutorial below to make icons and text smaller. (Default is 100% DPI)

DPI Display Size Settings - Change

To change Windows Explorer & Desktop icon size use the tutorial below. (Desktop settings are near the bottom of the Tutorial)

Icon Size - Change in Windows Explorer Window

To make icons on the Taskbar or Start menu smaller use the tutorials below

Taskbar - Use Small or Large Icons

Start Menu - Use Small or Large Icons
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 icon and start menu size has been lorger. how to restore to default?




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