All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘screen resolution’

Microsoft: Some Xbox One Games Won’t Be Running At Native 1080p

The Xbox 360 and PS3 introduced the world to high definition gaming, but rarely did any of the game actually display in full 1080p. In fact, some games were built in sub-HD resolutions, and then upscaled to 720p. We assumed that would be a thing of the past with the next-generation of consoles, but that’s not the case. Aaron Greenberg, …

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Windows 8 Might Be Coming to 7-Inch Tablets

Windows 8 was obviously built with tablets in mind, but the OS only supports tablets with 1366×768 displays. That’s all going to change, and it could mean big things for Windows 8 going forward. In a recent Windows Certification Newsletter, Microsoft announced that Windows 8 now supports a minimum resolution of 1024×768. The company says the new rule is for …

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World’s Most Popular Screen Resolution Now At 1366×768

There’s something to be said about having a great screen resolution. I use a 16:10 monitor at 1680×1050 with my PC. Not exactly the enthusiast golden standard of 1920×1080 but it serves me well and looks great to boot. That’s why all the more distressing that most people in the world don’t really care about resolution as much as I …

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