Windows 10: Microsoft plans with display scaling on Windows 10 Redstone

Discus and support Microsoft plans with display scaling on Windows 10 Redstone in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; As the offices at Microsoft begin to churn again with regular employee traffic, questions about Windows 10 Redstone are starting to resurface. Many... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Jan 6, 2016.

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    Microsoft plans with display scaling on Windows 10 Redstone


    Read more: Here’s what Microsoft plans to do with display scaling on Windows 10 Redstone

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    Brink, Jan 6, 2016
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  2. Shivers96 Win User

    HTC One M8 for Windows and Windows 10 Mobile?

    Are there plans to bring the official Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to the HTC One (M8)? And for insiders, will the Redstone builds be made available for it?
     
    Shivers96, Jan 6, 2016
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  3. Windows 10 File Explorer doesn't highlight selected file(s) or folder(s)

    In windows 7 the user was required to logout then login again after changing the display scaling, which I think should be kept as required in Windows 10 by Microsoft, because the Windows Explorer is closely connected to the Windows desktop and that is
    what

    is effected by the scaling of the display.
     
    AshrafSada, Jan 6, 2016
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  4. Rocky Win User

    Microsoft plans with display scaling on Windows 10 Redstone

    Thanks. Scaling is important in this day and age.
     
    Rocky, Jan 6, 2016
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  5. ARC1020 Win User
    It sounds better than their solution to the Windows 10 Photos app where their solution to cure photos being soft at 100% view was just to apply sharpening to every image (even with 'automatic enhancements' turned off). The result of this is that photos are now over-sharpened, instead of being native 'as is' pixels. Fortunately, on a 1080P monitor Windows Photo Viewer still displays images reliably.
     
    ARC1020, Jan 6, 2016
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  6. Fafhrd Win User
    Windows should be easily capable of recognising the screen type as being "classic desktop monitor" - unrotatable, with landscape aspect ratios, and therefore only requiring ClearType sub-pixel rendering and no monochrome antialiasing for text, with physical pixels defined by the monitor type - and mobile tablet and hand-held screens without benefits from ClearType sub-pixel rendering, requiring monochrome antialiasing for text and effective pixel scaling for images at all times, as images are zoomed on the screen on demand.

    This mixed-up rendering travesty has continued for too long, and it is high time it was addressed.
     
    Fafhrd, Apr 4, 2018
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