Windows 98 - Improve Graphics Speed On Your Monitor
How To Improve Graphics Speed On Your Monitor
Does your monitor seem painfully slow or exhibit a choppy behavior to you? One possible reason is that your graphics card may not be set for maximum acceleration.
Use the following procedure to check:
1 - Right-click any blank area of the desktop and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.
2 - Click the Settings tab.
3 - Click Advanced Properties.
4 - Click the Performance tab.
5 - Under Hardware Acceleration, make sure that the slider is all the way to the right (on the Fast setting).
6 - Click OK.
Changing this setting should speed up your display. If it leads to problems with your mouse pointer or other display elements, return the slider to its previous position.
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