Windows 10 blurry text, fuzzy font and solutions

Windows 10 blurry text, fuzzy font and solutions
 You just upgrade to windows 10 a few hours and you want to explore immediately its new helpful features, beautiful and pretty cool interface. But oops, suddenly problem come up. Why some programs are seem like displayed in a wrong way. It’s blurred and text on it appears blurry. Don’t worry, I have the same problem with you and I believe that many people have, too. After a few hours digging on internet, I have found the reason and of course it came along with some solutions. I tried them and my windows has already came back to normal now. If you also want to fix this problem, just follow one among these simple methods below.
Reason Windows ensures that everything appears on the screen at a usable and consistent size by instructing applications (including the Windows desktop shell) to resize their content by a scale factor. This number depends on the display DPI as well as other factors that impact the user’s perception of the display. Almost all desktop displays and most current laptop displays are in the range of 95-110 DPI; for these devices, no scaling is required, and Windows sets a scale factor of 100%. However, there are a number of new devices, particularly in the premium laptop and tablet markets, which have higher displays with over 200 DPI. For these devices, Windows sets higher scale factors to ensure that the user experience is comfortably viewable.
Method 1: Using a .cmd file
Step 1: On your desktop, right click>>New>>Text Document

Step 2: right click on the text file you’ve just created>>edit
Step 3: Paste the code below to the blank notepad window has just appeared.
REG ADD "HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop" /v DpiScalingVer /t REG_DWORD /d 0x00001018 /f
REG ADD "HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop" /v Win8DpiScaling /t REG_DWORD /d 0x00000001 /f
REG ADD "HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop" /v LogPixels /t REG_DWORD /d 0x00000078 /f
Step 4: Choose file>>Save As. On the Save as type box choose All type(*.*). On the file name box enter fix.cmd and save it to anywhere as you prefer. 

Step 5: press Windows Key+R and type "shell:startup". Copy the .cmd file you created here and you're done. You need to restart twice for this file to take effect - first time it runs to insert the codes into the registry, and in second time the inserted codes actually start working (logging off may work for this as well).

Note that you may need to add this file to the excluded/trusted apps list in your security software (I had to with Kaspersky Total Security 2016), if you don't it'll probably get deleted because it gets identified as a threat trying to change the registry. A command screen will flash for 0.1-0.5 secs on every startup but I think the result outweighs this small annoyance.
         To save your time, I have created a cmd file here, you just have to download it and ignore step 1 to 4, start follow from step 5 and that’s all.
Method 2:  Using third party software

Simply download the file from here, run it and and choose the Windows 8.1 DPI scaling option and the required scaling level and then restart your computer/laptop.
Method 3: Manually change DPI scaling Level for Displays
This method is a little bit complicate but it solves problem from root cause. It was introduced as a tutorial in here. You can follow its instructions and fix it as you want.

That's all. You can try another one if the method you've followed didn't work until this problem's solved. If you have a better way to get out of it or get into any trouble while following these  methods above , please share it on comment box below. Thank in advance!

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