I'm not proficient with Ubuntu or Linux. I'm a Windows convert. My computer tech knowledge is also novice. I'm running a NVIDIA GF119 on UBUNTU 12.04. Under Additional Drivers I have "NVIDIA accelerated graphics driver (post-release updates) (version 331-updates)" activated and currently in use. I'm a student and I read hundreds of page of text out of ebooks everyday.
Text quality is blurry. It's hard to tell the difference between i's and l's (infact I can't tell the difference as I just typed those two.) also m's and n's often look the same. I don't know what refresh rate I'm currently running, but my monitor is built to run 60 hz. I tried xrandr -r 60 and got this.
Rate 60.0 Hz not available for this size
I found another article on this, but the solution was over my head.
How can I get the text readable? Thank you!