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It's not obvious from your screenshot which browser you use, but in Chrome I zoom in to about 175% to have things "fit to size". How far you need to zoom is dependent on your resolution, size of the monitor, the website itself, etc.: If you use Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/font-size-and-zoom-increase-size-of-web-pages If you use Chrome: ...


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We can't magically add more information to an image than there is. The source image is too tiny to allow much further scaling without making the inherent artifacts too obvious: Source image linearly scaled to 500% However there is a somewhat better scale filter in the G'Mic plugin (install gimp-gmic ) then G'Mic > Repair > Upscale (diffusion): G'Mic ...


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It's not possible. The ratio of 2500x1600 is 1.5625 and your 1024x768 ratio is 1.1/3 or 1.33333. A typical desktop at 1366x768 is 1.77865 and 1200x740 is 1.62162. The desktop backgrounds only appear to fit perfectly but they actually are either using the scale or the zoom setting. My best guess is that the zoom setting is the one used. You can see in this ...



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