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Microsoft is currently detailing the high DPI scaling improvements which will be delivered to users with the upcoming Windows 10 Creators update. Users will be able to enable the DPI functionality in the .exe properties of the app if the desktop applications running on your PC are not high on DPI display.

After clicking on the .exe properties users will be finding the below options:

Setting Effect
Application This forces the process to run in per-monitor DPI awareness mode. This setting was previously referred to as “Disable display scaling on high-DPI settings.”This setting effectively tells Windows not to bitmap stretch UI from the exe in question when the DPI changes
System This is Windows’ standard way of handling system-DPI aware processes. Windows will bitmap stretch the UI when the DPI changes
System (Enhanced) GDI Scaling

Microsoft is also planning to bring Pre Monitor DPI Awareness support for Internet Explorer which would mean that while moving the IE window from one monitor to other with different resolution the DPI is scaled dynamically.

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