I'm slowly catching up on blog posts (amazing how 7000 entries will go by when you're out of the country for a month!) and I'm noticing that Omar got his Toshiba M200, and as I also own one, I checked out his post.
The M200 (and M205) has the distinction of having a ridiculously high-resolution (1400x1060) display on a very small screen (12"). Since I've been laser'ed, you might thing I run small fonts. Oh, no! If you know me, you know I'm ALL about the giant fonts.
I noticed in Omar's recent post, a pointer to this secret registry key that makes Internet Explorer prettier on high-resolution displays. I haven't decided if I like it better yet, but I'm going to run it for a few week and see how I feel.
The UseHR value is added to the Main key under "Internet Explorer" as follows:
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