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top of home page is cut off

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I use Bing as my Firefox home page. Today, after a Windows BIOS update was installed and the computer restarted, the top of home page is cut off. I have to fiddle around to find the sweet spot to move the page down so I can see the tabs, the minimize and maximize buttons, and the close button. Zoom is set, as always, at 100%.

I use Bing as my Firefox home page. Today, after a Windows BIOS update was installed and the computer restarted, the top of home page is cut off. I have to fiddle around to find the sweet spot to move the page down so I can see the tabs, the minimize and maximize buttons, and the close button. Zoom is set, as always, at 100%.

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It sounds like the issue may be related to the display settings on your computer. Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can try:

Adjust the screen resolution: Right-click on the desktop and select "Display settings." From here, try adjusting the screen resolution to see if that resolves the issue. You may need to experiment with different resolutions to find the one that works best for your setup.

Check the scaling settings: On the same "Display settings" page, look for the "Scale and layout" section. Make sure the scaling is set to 100% or to the recommended setting for your display. If it's set to a higher percentage, that could be causing the top of the home page to be cut off.

Clear your browser cache: Sometimes, issues with web pages can be resolved by clearing your browser cache. To do this in Firefox, go to the menu button (three horizontal lines) in the upper-right corner, select "Options," and then click on "Privacy & Security." Under the "Cookies and Site Data" section, click on "Clear Data" and then select "Cached Web Content."

Try a different browser: If the issue persists, try opening Bing in a different browser to see if the problem is specific to Firefox or not.

If none of these steps resolve the issue, you may want to reach out to Microsoft support or seek help from a local computer technician.