Windows 10: DPI issue when connecting/reconnecting to HDMI
DPI issue when connecting/reconnecting to HDMI
I got my Win10 updated from Win8.1 about 4 months ago.
Recently, to be exact about 1 months ago I've started getting the blurred font issue referred as DPI.
I can confirm the problem only persists when I connect or disconnect my external screen.
When you boot into Windows 10 there are no issues at all, however as soon as you connect your computer to the external Screen that screen would get blurred fonts in certain applications such as Excel, Viber, Word etc.
If I logout and login back with my screen still being disconnected - the problem fixes itself.
Exact same issue is observed when you disconnect the screen: it required another logout/login to fix the fonts.
I've tried XP Explorer but it would not help in my situation.
I usually have 125% zoom for my DPI setting.
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