Solving High DPI Issues on Windows 10: A Comprehensive Guide

Solving High DPI Issues on Windows 10: A Comprehensive Guide

Fixing High DPI Issues in Windows 10
To fix high DPI issues in Windows 10, you can try the following steps:

Open the Start menu and type "Display settings" in the search bar. Click on the "Display settings" option that appears in the search results.

In the Display settings window, click on the "Advanced display settings" link at the bottom of the page.

In the Advanced display settings window, click on the "Display adapter properties" link. This will open the Properties window for your display adapter.

In the Properties window, click on the "Adapter" tab and then click on the "List all modes" button. This will display a list of all the available display modes for your adapter.

Select a display mode that has a higher refresh rate and a higher resolution than your current settings. This will help improve the overall display quality on your computer.

Click on the "Apply" button to save the changes and then close the Properties window.

In the Display settings window, click on the "Advanced scaling settings" link.

In the Advanced scaling settings window, turn on the "Let Windows try to fix apps so they're not blurry" option. This will automatically adjust the scaling settings for apps that may not be optimized for high DPI displays.

Click on the "Apply" button to save the changes and then close the Display settings window.

These steps should help fix high DPI issues in Windows 10. If you continue to experience issues, you may need to update your display adapter driver or contact Microsoft Support for further assistance.




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