Within the last 2 weeks, I've been experiencing an odd anti-aliasing bug with a RDP session to any remote server. I'm running Windows 8.1 (patched with available updates), and my video drivers are also up to date.
At the same time, I've also run into a bug with the WIN-LEFT key that is supposed to "dock" the application on the left-hand side of the screen. The oddity is that using the WIN-LEFT key does NOT dock the application, but instead it temporarily fixes the rendering bug (!)
In other words:
- The RDP window text is fuzzy.
- I press WIN-LEFT.
- The RDP windows stays in the same place.
- The text becomes crisp.
- If I move the RDP window manually it becomes fuzzy again.
Note that these two bugs ONLY occur with the RDP application. Every other app I've tried behaves as expected. If it's of any value, here is a snip of the "before" (showing the rendering bug) and then "after" (having pressed WIN-LEFT) of a segment of the RDP session.
As far as bugs go, I can live with it, but does anyone know what may have caused this?