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  1. What scaling to make 1080p look like 900p.


    Hello, I have recently switched to 1080p, and I like the look of 900p as it's easier to navigate. And now I'm wondering what scaling I need to set in the display section of windows settings to make 1080p look like 900p. Thank you in advance :.

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    QuestionerDT, May 15, 2024 at 2:37 PM
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  2. Can I have zoom or scaling like 1080p on a 1366*768p display?

    So I have a laptop that has a 1080p display, and am using it on 100% scaling rather than the default 125%, and I like the scaling on my laptop that way, this gives me to room to fit wayy more on the display, I would love to have the same scaling on my desktop, because that is a superior performing one and my main computer... this feels crammed and I don't have any plans to upgrade the display... Please suggest me a method to achieve this What scaling to make 1080p look like 900p. :)
     
    BRUHMOMENTOLOL, May 15, 2024 at 2:38 PM
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  3. Can I have zoom or scaling like 1080p on a 1366*768p display?

    I have an Intel HD, I know that is possible even with intel hd with custom scaling, but I hate to say it but I don't want to render a display in 1080p, causing more usage on the cpu when playing games in windowed mode, whilst also being blurry as my monitor doesn't really like 1080p too much for obvious reasons
     
    BRUHMOMENTOLOL, May 15, 2024 at 2:38 PM
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  4. What scaling to make 1080p look like 900p.

    Dual Monitor Setup issues - 4k and 1080p combination

    The issue is worse than it seems at first. I have a 4k display (200%) scaling and a 1080p display (100% scaling) and even office apps look blurry on the 1080p display. If I unplug the 4k display and reboot the problem goes away. I believe the problem is
    present on all apps and is a system issue. It's been suggested that to get the 100% scaling everything on both monitors is generated at 200% and then the part on the 1080p display is downsampled to 100%, resulting in the poor quality.

    As it is Windows 10 is almost unusable with a very different DPI dual monitor setup.
     
    RichardLittlewood, May 15, 2024 at 2:38 PM
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