I’ve been spending a lot of time on my back and side which makes using a keyboard more difficult. This evening while attempting to type I slipped and randomly hit a combination of keys which turned my laptop screen upside down.
Yeah, I didn’t know you could do that either!
A few seconds hunting Google and problem solved… except I had to operate the mouse as a mirror image to make it work!
My family thought it was hysterical.
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A good April Fools joke to play on your friends at work. Not all video cards support this function.
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Did a similar thing with my laptop, The screen turned 90 degree. Goggle to the rescue, Who knew those keys would do that
As a teacher, I have taken my class in to a lab, many time and have found a computer like this.
at my work station, I would have a ”screen-shot” of all my work apps datum [excel, dumps, working on-line apps,etc] and drove Supervisors and IT bonkers if they looked [spied] or tried to find the ‘Start’ button. Now I got my ”M$ Magnifier” on start-up and it drives my wife bonkers if she tries to find anything incriminating on this [ 1 of 8] computers ! BL0L
When I was working, I’d flip the screen upside down, take a pic with….mspaint or whatever we had, then set it as the wallpaper…and turn it back around. people pulled their hair out trying to figure that one out….
I actually use this feature often. When on a train or airplane, I find it’s easier to read portrait mode documents sideways on my laptop. It does take a bit of training to use the mouse in this mode, so I try to set the cursor on the tab bar, and just click.