This is something that’s been bugging me for months. There are times when the fonts in Windows 10 just look … well, they look crummy, for lack of a better term. They’re jagged and ugly and not the smooth presentation we’ve come to expect on modern machines.
I did discover that it was useful to set my display to its recommended or native resolution. There were two problems with that: first, sometimes I need to run at a resolution other than the native one, and second, even when set properly, I’d still run into the issue.
And perhaps most frustrating of all: I knew it doesn’t have to be like this. I was missing something obvious.
Turns out that was exactly right, except maybe for the “obvious” part. There was a checkbox….