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Some desktop applications may appear blurred on high-DPI displays
When you use a Windows 8/8.1/10-based computer that has a display that features many dots per inch (that is, a high-DPI display), some desktop applications may appear somewhat blurry when you compare them with other applications on the screen. Alternately, display problems may exist such as truncated text. This behavior occurs in such programs as Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Windows Photo Viewer, Windows Media Player, Windows Firewall, the Windows 8 Calendar app, and Windows Journal.
In order to provide an optimal experience on high-DPI displays, desktop applications have to detect the DPI of the display that is being used and then scale their graphical elements, text, and screen layout appropriately. Some applications do not implement this. Therefore, they may not look as sharp. Other applications may attempt to implement this, but may not implement it correctly, causing problems such as truncated text or incorrectly sized graphical elements.
In some cases, the application vendor may be able to provide an updated software version that better supports high-DPI displays.
If there is no updated DPI-aware version of the application available, you will be able to fix the appearance of all affected applications with one click by using this application. All it does it that it disables DPI virtualization for the application, on a mass scale (all applications in a selected folder and all subfolders are fixed).
Usually applying the fix on "Program Files" and "Program Files (x86)" folders does the trick beacuse most of your applications are in those folders.
- No need to run the application ever again! One-time fix-all solution, unlike other solutions
- Does not run on the background, unlike other solutions
- Does not start with Windows
- Does not leave any file to your disk
- Does not need installation (portable)
- Fix is permanent
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- Not even a pc restart is required (although recommended). Just restart the affected application and you are done
- For both x86 and x64 systems
- Very easy to use. Simply add the folders thet contaign your apps and click fix!
- Fix is reversible on a per-application basis
(To do this, just right-click the application’s shortcut and then click Properties. On the Compatibility tab, unselect Disable Display Scaling On High DPI Settings, and then click OK.)
High-DPI displays have a larger number of pixels in the same physical screen area compared to traditional computer monitors. This enables the display to produce crisper text and graphics. However, it also requires applications to display their output at a higher resolution in order to provide an optimal experience.
Windows 8,8.1 and Windows 10 introduce additional support for high-DPI displays. This includes the ability to use independent scaling levels for multiple displays when more than one display is connected.
Some specific Windows components that may experience this issue are as follows:
- Windows Fax & Scan
- Microsoft Management Console (MMC) components, such as the following:
- Device Manager
- Event Viewer
- Disk Management
- Computer Management
Microsoft has admitted the problem, see Microsoft KB: 2900023