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Any way of changing the login screen DPI, as mine is locked at 125% and I would like it to be 100%.

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Open Regedit (Start, run then type regedit) then navigate to HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop and add a DWORD value (right click, new, DWORD Value). Call it LogPixels and set the base to decimal.

Now, You can insert a DPI (96=+) into the value field for the corresponding DPI. The DPI is not a percentage. As reference: 96 DPI is 100% 120 DPI is 125% 144 DPI is 150%

It is best to use one of those DPI settings since Windows is tailored to work best with them.

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My HP Envy 17 was annoyingly set at 100 DPI for this setting. Thanks for the tip! – PureForm Jan 27 '13 at 2:19

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