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I just got a new laptop with windows 10 installed. I would like to change the tiles on the desktop to icons. I have no idea how to do this. Help!

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You can try right clicking on your desktop and then select display settings

A window will open.

Look for Advance display settings and click that

play around with the resolution to get a bigger view of your icons/ get the right resolution for your monitor

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