Don't you know that you can resize Vista’s desktop icons by right-clicking the desktop and selecting Personalize > Adjust font size, then choosing either the default size (96 dpi) or a larger size (such as 120 dpi). If you then click Custom DPI, you can choose from a much larger range by selecting a percentage from the drop-down list. There’s an even faster way to resize your desktop icons. Click the desktop, hold down the Control key, and use your mouse’s scroll wheel to resize your icons by making them smaller (move the scroll wheel towards you) or larger (move the scroll wheel away from you).
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