I suspect there's not an answer for my issue after investigating for a while, but I figured I might as well ask anyway. I recently bought an Asus G751J (with a GeForce GTX 970M card, Windows 8.1), a 17" screen with a 1920 x 1080 native resolution, which I find it to be a little too small for my taste (text and app sizes in general). So far the only two options I've found are not ideal:
- Lower the resolution to a 1600 x 900 display. Very straightforward, albeit the image is not as sharp in contrast to its native resolution. From what I've found, there's no way to fix this blurriness (is there?)
- Change the Windows DPI to 125% to make text and desktop icons larger - keeps the sharp image albeit it doesn't reflect on all apps. The chrome address bar, for instance, is still the same size; or text is displaced from its original location because the font increased but the window size didn't, so I wouldn't call this an ideal solution either.
Is there another solution I may have overlooked to "fix" this problem? Or is there no other choice but to get used to it?