if it's a 720p tv (most likely) set the resolution for either 1366x768 or 1280x720. if it's a 1080p tv, then set it for 1920x1080.
as for glare, that depends on where you'll be using it and how it's positioned. you should place a tv that size at least 3 ft from your eyes (much further than a 22") or you may cause eyestrain and have to move your neck/head too much to see the full image.
I was ready to buy a 22 inch LG LCD monitor that doubles as a television. It is 1080p ready and has analog and digital TV tuner. I thought it was great when one of my collegues proposed to sell me his 36-37 inch LG TV second hand at a very good price.
Will this be an acceptable/good computer monitor? I have a HP 2510p notebook which I plan to hook it up to, will it work with it?
Will it be any different with a regular LCD monitor?
Will it have a glare problem if I do reading with it?
Is it ok to buy a 1-1.5 year old LCD tv at half present market price? Would it be outdated in a general sense?
Any tips to make it work at its best whether monitor or tv?