Photoshop doesn't support overriding High DPI scaling behavior on Windows versions 10 or greater. Users who override this setting might experience difficulty interacting with the Photoshop user interface. Possible issues include:
Dec 04, 2018 Right-click on the desktop and select Display Settings from the context menu. The Settings application displays the current scaling of text, apps and other items on the screen that opens. You may use the slider to change the scaling value. Please note that the recommended value takes display size into consideration automatically.
- The Start Screen, Library panel, and other extension panels don't scale correctly (appear too small and offset)
- Menu dropdowns don't align to the top menu bar
- The cursor consistently shows spinning loading circle next to cursor
- Canvas isn't centered in the document window and doesn't align to rulers
- Quit Photoshop.
- In Windows File Explorer, navigate to the Photoshop installation folder.
- Right-click Photoshop.exe in the installation directory and select Properties.
- Switch to the Compatibility tab in the dialog that appears.
- Deselect Override High DPI Scaling Behavior in the Settings group.
- Click Apply and then click OK.
- Relaunch Photoshop.
I would like to second this request..I doubt it will happen any time soon, though.
Install simultaneously two versions of one software on the mac pc.
Adobe App Scaling On High Dpi Displays Macbook Pro
I recently upgraded to a 4K display for my Windows PC, and iTunes is one of those 'blurry' applications due to the improper handling of scaling.
You can stop iTunes from scaling, by checking 'Disable display scaling on high DPI settings' in the iTunes shortcut's Compatibility properties; but then some of the UI elements aren't sized properly.
Disable Dpi Scaling
Part of me thinks that Apple won't address this, partially to carry on the 'OS X is superior' mentality. Sigh.
High Dpi Scaling Fix
Oct 10, 2015 8:17 AM