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How To Rotate The Desktop Screen At Windows Xp

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hi buddies

 

i heared that we can rotate the desktop screen on xp that is we can put the desktop screen of xp upside down.

 

how to do this.

 

how to get back old (normal) screen position.

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Do you mean like this?

http://www.geocities.com/whoiam55/rotate.jpg

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Hi Buddy,

That is possible if your Display controller is Intel . You can use ctl+alt+up/down/left/right

 

Regards,

Divyesh Shah

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That is possible if your Display controller is Intel . You can use ctl+alt+up/down/left/right

 

 

 

That's right guys,

Try it

:P

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You can use ctl+alt+up/down/left/right

 

Yes, but He must have Intel Hotkey application installed and enabled first.

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hi buddies

 

thanks a lot for all of you

 

i am having intel graphics.

 

how to install and enable the hotkey applicaion.

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Right click on desktop > properties > settings > Look for the Intel graphic tab(or something like that, I don't use intel graphic so I didn't remember it's name exactly). From here you can retate your screen and can also enable hotkeys. when you have hotkeys enable, you can use certain keystrokes to modify your desktop screen location.

 

I hope you have Intel graphics installed.

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hi,

 

holding the takbar with the mouse button

drag the taskbar to your top side of the

screen, voila noy you have the rotated screen

as shown in the link provided by whoiam55.

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holding the takbar with the mouse button

drag the taskbar to your top side of the

screen, voila noy you have the rotated screen

 

It's not what he want. I think he want something like this

http://www.geocities.com/whoiam55/rotate2.jpg

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