Windows 10: Administrative Tools blurry

  1.    13 Aug 2015 #1

    Administrative Tools blurry


    All of my administrative tools, like Device Manager, when opened are blurry. I know how to manually change the blurriness on individual applications and disabling the DPI in the compatibility tab but how do I change it on Device Manager? My display is already set at 125%.
    Just to add that I tried reducing the display to 100% and that worked but everything became so small I had difficulty reading them, even the tabs and bookmarks bar in Google Chrome shrank! So annoying.
    Any suggestions?
    Thanks.
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