We know that with the Windows 10 feature Display Scaling is possible to change the size of text, apps and icons. Once you set a value, this is applied to ALL texts, apps and icons. I just want to set this feature for specific apps. One example: 125% is set to default, but when I use an IDE like Eclipse or Visual Studio I want the scaling at 100%. Is it possible?


It's possible.

Right-click the .exe of the program that is not to be scaled, choose Properties, go to the tab Compatibility, click "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings", finally click OK.

  • What if the default is 250% and we want to set blurry apps to 200%? – aviator 15 hours ago

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