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View Poll Results: What resolution
1024x768 17 40.48%
1280x1024 16 38.10%
800x600 3 7.14%
1600x1200 4 9.52%
Other 2 4.76%
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Old 12-22-2005, 03:55 AM   #1
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Wondering what everybody runs so that if I post pics they are not too big.


If you dont know, just right click on your desktop and select Properties, then go to the Settings Tab at the upper right hand corner of the Properties window.


Also anyone here still have to use 56k or dialup?
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1024*768 rules dude.
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1280x1024. I like to be able to fit things on the screen. I don't need everything to be so huge. I would run 1600X1200 but I'm cheap and don't have a monitor that can support it right now.
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I don't run anything else since I can hardly see without enlarging the text anyway
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1024x768, higher if it wasn't a laptop.
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1280 only because if i have it at 1600 like i prefer other ppl bitch that they cant see anything
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1024x768 on my 21-inch HP moniter. Oh, I STILL USE DIALUP!
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the highr the res the better I can't ever seem to have enough montor estate and have dual screen going on
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1024x768, higher if it wasn't a laptop.
Ditto.
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dial-up at home, but faster stuff at work...
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