Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Today's Tip: How to Improve Display Readability

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Category: Hardware

How to Improve Display Readability

It's been a long day at the computer, and you can barely read
the screen anymore. Is it that you're overworked, or is this
an equipment problem? Most likely, the display is at least
contributing to your bleariness. It may seem harder to read
because it is harder to read. Read today's tip to find out
what's going on with your display, and what you can do to
what you can do to go easy on your eyes.

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