Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is a manifestation of venous thromboembolism (VTE).
Microsoft has added a new option to apply one scaling level for all connected display in screen resolution settings. You can also directly open "Display" window by selecting "Personalize" option from Desktop context menu and then click on "Display" link given at the bottom of left-sidebar. Now enable "Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays" option and apply the changes. Restart your system and your problem will be fixed. Right-click on Desktop and select "Display settings" option. Now under "Change size of items" section, click on "Set a custom scaling level" link. Now select 100% option from scaling drop-down box and click on OK button. Restart your system and your problem will be fixed.
By default this option is disabled and this is the reason behind this annoying problem. Right-click on Desktop and select "Screen resolution" option. Now click on "Make text and other items larger or smaller" link.
Sometimes the issue occurs in text fields and sometimes it happens in programs such as Visual Studio, web browsers like Google Chrome, Opera, etc.
Also there are many Windows 8.1 users who have faced this issue in Metro apps such as Camera, Mail and Windows Store.
To do this, open up Task Manager by pressing Ctrl Shift Esc simultaneously.
Alternatively, right-click on your taskbar and then select Task Manager.
n Even though you may have been told that your system was ready to upgrade to Windows 10, that’s not necessarily going to make you immune to the screen flashing problem.
The likely reason this is occurring will be down to either an incompatible application or an unsuitable display driver, so let’s delve into the solutions.
In 1644, Schenk first observed venous thrombosis when he described an occlusion in the inferior vena cava.
In 1846, Virchow recognized the association between venous thrombosis in the legs and PE.
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