I have a brand new Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 with Windows 8.1. When I right-click on an icon on the taskbar, the context menu has a purplish background with purple text. It is basically unreadable. In addition, the 'Unpin' context choice has the pushpin moved to the right so it's over the word...
I have a computer set up with Windows 8.1 freshly installed. When I right click on any item in the taskbar, the dropdown (context?) menu graphics seem to be broken. The pin icon is out of proportion and text is hard to read because it is black text on a dark background.
How can I fix this?
I don't know what they are called and the title for the thread was limited so sorry for the broken English but
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