Saturday, October 08, 2005

Computer Monitor Screen

Hi Everyone :) We have been having a GREAT time up here in training, as well as keeping very busy this last week or so. We plan to try and catch you up with what we have been doing with some new posts this week.

But as for now I’ve been learning about how you might want to clean the inside of your computer monitors screen…

Haven't you noticed that your computer monitor is not as clear as it was when new? Over time, electrostatic charges cause micro-etching on the interior surface of the glass which somewhat degrades the picture quality. As a result, vision is strained and visual acuity can suffer. But the process is reversible thanks to a newly introduced Microsoft program that "cleans" the inside of the screen.
To clean your screen, please go to:

The process takes less than 30 seconds and the difference is immediately noticeable.

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