Donny Khalaf

In Windows 7, desktop screen change upside down…

In Computer, Technology on September 9, 2014 at 8:22 am

Frequently, our campus labs has some issues with computers with screen being upside down. The problem is cause by when a kiddo was told to press CTRL+ALT+DEL to log in or lock the computer. When it becomes a habit, sometime a student press CTRL+ALT+Arrow keys. Here is the information below depending on hardware manufacturer below (We use Dell computers):

Ctrl+Alt+Up – right side up
Ctrl+Alt+Right – 90 degrees
Ctrl+Alt+Down – 180 degrees
Ctrl+Alt+Left – 270 degrees

If this becomes a problematic for your labs, you can let your Technology Department to look at the link below:

How do I change the Windows 7 key shortcut


Donny 🙂



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