How do I center my screen so all the operating buttons show?

October 30, 2017 at 22:29:36
Specs: Windows 7
How do I center my screen so all the buttons show? Right now the entire screen is covered and I can't even get out of this page. Also my cursor that moves the page up and down goes so fast I can't control it so I can read the subject.

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#1
October 31, 2017 at 02:51:36
I don't know what you mean by "the entire screen is covered".

Since you say "I can't even get out of this page", it sounds like
at least some of the buttons that don't show are the buttons at
the top-left of your web browser. Is the problem just in the web
browser, or does it affect everything including the desktop and
the taskbar?

Is the window shifted to the left, shifted up, or both, or is the
problem that the window is bigger than your screen?

If the desktop is bigger than your screen, you need to reduce
the video resolution. Right-click anyplace on the desktop that
doesn't have an icon. Select "Display settings" or a similar
choice from the pop-up menu. There may be two or three
choices like that. Any of them will get you to the right place
eventually, but you might have to go through one or two other
windows before getting to the one for video resolution. It may
be named "Advanced settings" or the like. The current setting
and the preferred setting for your monitor should be indicated.
If the current setting is higher than the preferred setting, change
it to the preferred setting. Otherwise, just try a lower setting.

If the desktop is the right size, but is shifted so that you can't get
at the Start button or the taskbar, let us know, and we will tell you
how to fix that. The problem may be that your monitor settings
are incorrectly adjusted.

If the problem is just with the web browser window, let us know,
and we will tell you how to fix that.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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#2
November 3, 2017 at 09:40:44
If you left click at the top of most windows you can shift the whole screen. This will allow you to reach top right to resize it.

As per #1, which screen? just the browser screen, all screens or what?

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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