I've just baught a new Dell Inspiron 9400 with the works, with a WXGA 1920x1200 monitor.
Anyways, so far everything is awesome, except for one thing. Images in my browser (Internet Explorer), as well as the images on my taskbar and in certain programs, are extremely pixelated. Example: The Google image on google.ca has extremely rough edges, you can almost see each individual little square. Even the DaniWeb logo on the top of this page seems blurry/pixelated.
I can play video games and run programs with high graphics and I don't see any problems whatsoever visually, but as soon as I come back to windows or browse the internet, all the images seem to have that pixelated look. I seems to happen with videos on the internet as well.
Having payed an extra 200-300$ for a high res, good quality screen, I'm left wondering why I'm having these problems in Windows.
17 inch UltraSharp™ Wide Screen UXGA Display with TrueLife™, I'm using the recommended resolution.
Graphics card is a 256MB NVIDIA® GeForce™ Go 7900 GS
Aside from the images, everything else seems fine, text seems alright. I notice now my windows Start button on the bottom left is pixelated as well.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.