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My PC resolution is 1920x1080 but my chrome appears in 1536x864

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Hello, I did a recovery on my PC 2 days ago, I downloaded google chrome and it opens in 1536x864 instead of my set 1920x1080 resolution. How to? I redownloaded google chrome. and its not zoomed in. help me plox i need help pls i cant live with this.

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control scroll? fullscreen chrome? 

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Welcome to the forum!

 

Does it do this will all versions of Chrome? Maybe try Chrome Beta? I was having audio issues in Chrome Dev once upon a time, switched to Chrome Stable and had issues with video so I went to Chrome Beta and have had no issues since.

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guy with pig on picutre (sry i dont know your names) I can try it when I get home, I downloaded the new version of chrome so it shouldn't be a problem

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guy with pig on picutre (sry i dont know your names) I can try it when I get home, I downloaded the new version of chrome so it shouldn't be a problem

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Welcome to the forum! Be sure to quote someone (little button in the bottom right of their post) when you reply to them. Otherwise they won't see your reply. Or you could add an "@" before their name (which you can see right above their avatar in the top left) For example, for you, I would write @Pinoyonb

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thanks

No problem  :)

 

As for you question.. is Chrome just opening a window that is not completely fullscreen? If that's the case, you can always snap the window so that it turns fullscreen. 

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@Pinoyonb 

 

Right-click on the Google Chrome icon on the desktop and
choose PROPERTIES.
Select the COMPATIBILITY tab and check the "Disable display
scaling on high DPI settings" checkbox.
Apply the changes and click OK to close the properties dialog.
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@Pinoyonb 

 

Right-click on the Google Chrome icon on the desktop and
choose PROPERTIES.
Select the COMPATIBILITY tab and check the "Disable display
scaling on high DPI settings" checkbox.
Apply the changes and click OK to close the properties dialog.
 
I ARE GONNA TRY THIS WHEN I ARE HOME

 

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