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|samko||Jul 23 2008, 11:16 AM Post #1|
After experimenting with the appearance of my W98 desktop I find that I now have two objectionable features and I don’t know how to correct them. Would appreciate help.
a. The type face on the icon names are too small for comfortable reading. How can I increase the default font size?
b. Instead of the hour glaass symbol I used to have I now get a tiny picture of Mona Lisa that switches to a Paint-like picture of a pallet of several colors. How can I go back to the hourglass?
Thanks for your help.
|mirso||Jul 23 2008, 11:23 AM Post #2|
1. Set the Windows scheme back to "Windows Default" to change it all back to how it was when it was first installed.
2. The icon that looks like a mouse in Control Panel -> Pointers tab.
|samko||Jul 23 2008, 11:33 AM Post #3|
mirso : many thanks.
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