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Lost Top Corner Icons

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by dsk663, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. dsk663

    dsk663 Thread Starter

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    Using Opera I have minimized a Web page and now I only see the '-'icon'
    How do I get the other 2 icons back again.
     
  2. GodforSaken

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    can you give us some more details?? what icons are u talking about? details !!
     
  3. dsk663

    dsk663 Thread Starter

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    Sorry for not being explicit. In the top rght corner where there are three .......(I called them icons) a minus sign, a box for min/maximising and an X for stopping the page.
    Hopethat helps.
     
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    You are probably in full screen mode, but your screen needs some adjustment. Can you shrink it via your Grahics card control? Otherwise you may have manual settings on the front of your monitor.
    If you can do neither, then you may have to go into the Display settings and alter your monitor speed - its probably set too high. Right click the desktop - personalize and display
    settings.
    Select Advanced and then Monitor and change the window, in the middle, down one setting. Apply and see if it is suitable.
     
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