The Windows 10 Build 16237, the latest personal computer operating system from the American multinational technology giant Microsoft, has recently made progress on its higher DPI (dots per inch) display issue that has been causing problems for the system for quite long.
Microsoft has changed the way the operating system (OS) reacts to DPI adjustment and how it informs applications to adapt, reports the Engadget.
A user only needs to close and reopen most programmes to fix any blurriness, instead of rebooting or logging out, in the new update. Users can also change the resolution of the display by docking, undocking and adjusting a setting.
Most applications will only require a relaunch to adjust.
The Build 16237 has also introduced newly scaled notification to make it easy to read. Accessibility has been improved to read Edge loud on all websites and on pdfs in the system.