Change DPI Scaling

If you're running a high-resolution monitor, you may wish to alter the DPI scaling.

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    Change DPI Scaling - If you're running a high-resolution monitor, you may wish to alter the DPI scaling.

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    Thanks for the article. I think I read somewhere a while ago that with the Creators Update you can adjust the DPI scaling for an individual application? I have one critical business application that has miniscule icons and dialogue boxes when using my SP4. If I can fix that one application my productivity will be greatly enhanced. I'd like to address this one application rather than system wide.
     
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    Yep, there are additional DPI controls available in the Creators Update. If you right click the app/shortcut > properties > compatibility tab, it's listed under the "settings" panel at the bottom. I think we'll see further enhancements over the coming year or two, as a lot of people are migrating to high-res displays.

    I'll refine the article with per-application settings in the near future :).
     
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    Trouble, Apr 4, 2017
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    What I find odd is we can only scale up increments of 25%, it would be nice if we could scale up in 10% steps!. :D

    I read through (most of) the link provided by Trouble but I didn't see anything relating to what I mentioned above. :confused:
     
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