Why does your screen turn blurry on Windows 8 as soon as you put it on?
If the screen is blurry and remains blurry then it hasn't been calibrated correctly. If the blurriness is merely temporary, then it is most likely an indication of substandard components within the display.
When I push the power button i can hear it turn on. An ASUS screen pops up (The screen that says push F2/Del to enter BIOS setup(?). Then a screen showing the hard drive and disk drive shows up with CTRL+m to enter a menu. Then it goes back to the ASUS Screen, then to the windows four squares then shuts off. I'm using Windows 8
What should you do when you are playing games such as Fallout Halo and Counterstrike and the screen freezes and turns colors negative as soon as you click?
In Windows XP, if the magnifier button is up on the screen, right-click the button, and click close. However if the magnifier button is not up, you will need to access the start menu. After selecting the start menu, select accessories, then accessibility, and select magnifier. The magnifier box will be selected. In order to turn the magnifier off, de-select the box and exit the screen.
Windows 8 is a fairly easy operating system to use. Instructions on how to turn Microsoft's Smart Screen filter off can be found by first clicking on the Start button on the Home page. Next click Internet Explorer, click the Safety button and then click on Turn off Smart Screen Filter. Finally press OK to close out of the application.
Why would Windows 2000 show the Its Now Safe To Turn Off Your Computer screen in an ATX machine Pentium II?
What should you do if confidential material is displayed on your computer screen and a visitor approaches your desk?
I believe there are 4 things you can do before the visitor reaches a distance where they can read the screen. 1. hide the window (or all the windows) with confidential information. 2. activate the screen saver or block the screen (CTRL-ALT-DEL for Windows). 3. Turn off the monitor(s), this is usually a one button press. 4. if you can't do any of those quickly, turn the screen away from the visitor. Don't make a…