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Q: What can you adjust through the display settings function?

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What can you adjust through the display settings function?

A: The display settings feature allows you to ...

The display settings feature allows you to adjust how the touchscreen system appears and some of its functionality. You can adjust the following:

  • Brightness/Contrast: Adjust the brightness and contrast of your screen.

  • Display Off: This allows you to turn the display off or on.

  • Background Color: Allows you to choose the color you want for the display’s background during the day and at night.

  • Color Theme: Lets you choose the theme you want (color options).

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