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Main window gets corrupted when moved around in Windows 11

Community Beginner ,
Feb 27, 2024 Feb 27, 2024

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When I move the window around on my monitor attached to my laptop, the contents look corrupted/repeated, and I am unable to click directly on certain items, such as the Organizer/Photo Editor buttons:

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The window also does not maximize properly.

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Mentor ,
Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024

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It sounds like you might be experiencing graphical glitches or display issues. Here are a few steps you can try to troubleshoot and potentially fix the problem:

  1. Update Graphics Drivers: Make sure your graphics drivers are up to date. You can usually do this through the manufacturer's website or by using a utility provided by your computer's manufacturer.

  2. Adjust Display Settings: Try adjusting the display settings on your computer. This could include changing the resolution, refresh rate, or scaling settings to see if it resolves the issue.

  3. Restart Your Computer: Sometimes simply restarting your computer can resolve temporary glitches or issues with the display.

  4. Check for Software Updates: Ensure that the software you're using, such as the Organizer/Photo Editor, is up to date. Developers often release updates to fix bugs and compatibility issues.

  5. Disable Hardware Acceleration: Some applications have hardware acceleration settings that can cause display issues on certain systems. Try disabling hardware acceleration in the settings of the affected applications to see if it helps.

  6. Test with Different Applications: Try opening other applications or windows to see if the issue is specific to certain programs or if it affects the entire system.

  7. Check for Overheating: Overheating can sometimes cause graphical glitches. Make sure your laptop's vents are clear of dust and debris, and consider using a cooling pad if necessary.

  8. Run Hardware Diagnostics: Use built-in diagnostic tools or third-party software to check for hardware issues with your computer's graphics hardware.

  9. Check External Connections: If you're using an external monitor, make sure the connections between your laptop and the monitor are secure. Try using a different cable or port if possible.

  10. Restore System Defaults: If you've made any recent changes to your system settings, try restoring them to their defaults to see if that resolves the issue.

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I have trouble believing this to be a hardware/driver problem, given this it the only application that seems to have an issue.

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