1. iHeartBretski's Avatar
    Hello All,

    I thought that certain things like my mouse pointer and the edge browser look a little large....I have a 1080p display. Isnt 150% a little high? It seems it is recommended by Windows though. (View Picture)displayappsize.png
    08-02-2015 12:46 AM
  2. zomechin's Avatar
    You know, I'm split on this. I have a 1080p display as well, and my PC recommends 125% (as opposed to the 100% it was on before), and while I feel like 125 seems a little more reasonable, it seems off somehow. Like, little textbox warning and various other minor aspects are blurry and lowres looking. 100% was at least aesthetically consistent.

    I can't imagine how distorted 150% could be, but that seems a litttttle ridiculous.
    08-02-2015 03:24 AM
  3. atrsh's Avatar
    I'm using w10 in bootcamp on my retina macbook pro.The screen runs at its native res and 200% scaling(recommended settings). The weird thing is everything just seems to look bigger than it should have when on W8.1.

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    08-02-2015 01:30 PM
  4. WesleyBPeres's Avatar
    My recommended is 100% but I always used 110%. The problems is that Windows 10 can't change to this even on the advance settings. My start menu can't put 2 wide/large live tiles side by side even if I can on my Virtual Machine with Technical Preview
    08-03-2015 07:58 AM
  5. Tony Clegg's Avatar
    I lowered mine to 125% within 1920x1080p. I thought 150% was a bit too much. I suppose it depends on screen size, distance between you and the screen and personal preference.

    The only thing I manually zoon is Chrome / Edge for some web browsing when sat back from the tv.
    08-03-2015 09:15 AM

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