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By steve_a ·
hi,
if i choose 1024 by 768 as my display property will slow me down. is there any bearing with regards to speed of computer if u have high resolution. thanks in advance

regards,
danny

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by donq In reply to high resolution

Yes

Your problem concerns Operating Systems that would be best answered under NetAdminRepublic where you post the question under the exact Operating System your computer runs under. That way you will get exactly the answer you are after - but I don't think you can do anything other than increase RAM as a partial fix???

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by bowieb In reply to high resolution

Mainly the speed of your computer at different resolutions is determined by your video card. This is true for the desktop and for business applications. A modern video card can handle almost any 2-D application at high resolutions with very littleslowdown.

The problem comes when you put 3-D in the mix. 3-D games, especially, can very quickly overpower your video card and cause everything to slow down.

The quick answer is: Upgrade your video card.

The long answer is: Let me know your CPU type and speed, amount of RAM, what kind of video card you have, and what programs you are trying to use. Once I have this information I will be able to give you a better answer as to how best to speed up the system. (either email me directly or reject this answer and add a comment so the system will notify me to check it)

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