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I'm now a bit lost, I have to say! The only very remote possibility is if you are set to a screen resolution that Windows does not lik particularly and trieds to use a more optimum res. But that is really clutching at straws. I can't tell whether you have a desktop PC or laptop. You might just check the screen res though!
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