Why is resolution important?
Resolution measures the number of pixels used to form an image on the computer screen. The higher the numbers, the better the resolution. For example, resolution of 1280 x 1024 means there are 1280 pixels in each horizontal row and 1024 pixels in each vertical column.At higher resolutions, the refresh rate of a screen slows down; on a smaller screen, high resolutions may place added strain on your eyes. For these reasons you may not want to use the highest screen resolution that a CRT monitor supports. Instead, use a resolution that is high enough to show sharp detail but low enough to allow for a quicker refresh rate and less flickering.
- Who is entitled to commence an administrative proceeding under the CNNIC Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (CNDRP) and its related Rules of Procedure?
- To which disputes does the China Internet Network Information Center Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (CNDRP) apply?
- Who are the approved dispute resolution service providers?