Windows 10: disable dpi scaling for all programs in windows 10 Solved

  1.    01 Aug 2015 #1

    disable dpi scaling for all programs in windows 10

    Hello, I just upgraded to Windows 10 from 8.1 and I am disappointed to see that some of my programs are now blurry. I had encountered this problem before when I installed Windows 8.1, but somehow I was able to fix it.

    I can remove the blurriness from individual programs by manually disabling dpi scaling on each program, but I would like to do this system wide.

    When I try to edit the display settings through the control panel, the changes I make result in everything on the screen being too small for me to read. I can't seem to get everything right how it was when I was running Windows 8.1. Can anyone help me?
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  2.    01 Aug 2015 #2

    Amazing I finally found the solution in this forum at Windows 10 DPI-Awareness issues, blurry text 125% - Windows 10 Forums by downloading the Windows 10 Dpi Fix program and following the instructions. Things are good now.
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