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Jeezy4

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  1. I tried 150 DPI to make you happy but there are always men that kind of blur. Besides, I still waiting for an answer!
  2. Yes, but if developers do not update their apps they remain fuzzy or improperly scaled. It's like Apple with Retina Display ... many apps were not suitable for Retina! Finally, I have Windows 8.1 that improves scaling for Hi-Res displays. Here are two interesting links : Windows 8.1 DPI Scaling Enhancements http://blogs.windows.com/windows/b/extremewindows/archive/2013/07/15/windows-8-1-dpi-scaling-enhancements.aspx Making Your Desktop Apps Shine on High-DPI Displays http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2013/4-184
  3. Some applications do not have this type of problem (IE 11, Office 2013, Firefox 22, Chrome 30 ...). It has nothing to do with ClearType. The font system is correct and that the scaling that has been much improved over Windows 8.1. Look at the title of CCleaner and buttons are clear. Config : Macbook Pro Retina 2880x1880 DPI : 200% Windows 8.1 Preview
  4. That's the right picture : http://nsa34.casimages.com/img/2013/07/16/130716054235473924.png
  5. Hi, CCleaner does not have a clear font on Windows 8.1 (Hi-Res displays). I do not know if the icons are affected. Is it possible to update? http://nsa34.casimages.com/img/2013/07/13/130713045814255258.png Best,
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