This seems to be a simple question, but I haven't found a straightforward answer in here: How do I change the DPI setting that Windows uses on the logon screen (say, right after a restart, before a user has logged in), so that it matches the user's DPI setting? The reason I ask is that right now, after I type in my password and right before the screen switches to the user's desktop, the size of the user's avatar and name jumps a little. I think this is because Windows switches the DPI from the setting for the logon screen to the one in effect for the user, and it performs the switch while the logon screen is still visible, which makes for a slightly jarring experience.

I know this is minor cosmetics, but it's one of those fit & finish things where Microsoft just couldn't be bothered to do things right (meaning, switch DPI during the moment the logon screen gets replaced by the user's desktop). Sigh...