I would like high DPI enabled for most of the applications that I use on my 14" 1920x1080 laptop, except for a few like Visual Studio that benefits from the extra space. However, setting "disable high DPI" in compatibility does nothing. I am using Windows 8.
i asked Chris Jackson, the Microsoft AppCompat guy; there is no way to do this.
i also asked nearly the same thing here.
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This is absolutely possible. I was using the "compatibility" settings on executables to do it but for some reason that's not available for VS. However the equivalent registry key works just fine. The key is