With the computer unplugged and turned off, wipe the computer screen gently with a dry or slightly damp microfiber cloth to clean the surface. Use a solution of one part distilled water and one part white vinegar to mois... More »

While the device is off, wipe the screen gently with a soft microfiber cloth or a dry eraser. Avoid pressing on the screen, as that may burn out pixels. Remove stubborn spots using a cloth dampened with one part white vi... More »

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A computer screen should never be sprayed or wiped with Windex. Ammonia and alcohol-based cleaners can damage an LCD screen. Water and a cloth are typically effective enough to clean a computer screen. More »

After determining that the picture on the screen has not been affected, a person can repair a broken plasma screen by spreading petroleum jelly into the cracks and wiping with a soft microfiber cloth. This can be done at... More »

While there are multiple ways to flip a computer screen, the easiest way is to use "Control + Alt + arrow key" to flip the screen to the left, right or completely upside down. Press "Control + Alt + arrow key" at the sam... More »

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A monochrome monitor is a computer display system that only shows one or two different shades of color on the screen. Early computer monitors were typically of the monochrome type before the introduction of color monitor... More »

Turning a computer screen sideways results from using the screen pivot feature and is fixed by holding the CTRL and ALT keys and pressing the up arrow. Screen pivot is often used on monitors that rotate to use portrait m... More »

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