Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers. It has user-friendly interface and a lot of useful features. A lot of users around the globe choose Google Chrome to navigate the web. With high resolution displays growing in popularity, many programs are getting optimized for High DPI. Not all of them are working quite fine on High DPI displays and Google Chrome app is on this list. When Google presented the Chrome 54 update, the browser started to automatically identify the Dots Per Inch (DPI) configurations. This is the main reason why Chrome’s User Interface scaled up, particularly for those whose configurations are higher than 100%. This simple guide may help you to fix Google Chrome font scaling for High-DPI Displays.
High pixel density displays have become quite common thing for new Windows computers. However, a lot of applications still have problems running on high resolution displays. One of such programs is Adobe Photoshop, very popular app for image editing, graphic design and digital art. Though Photoshop is working perfectly fine on an external monitor (not High-DPI), it does not support overriding High DPI scaling behavior on Windows versions 10 and greater. This result in scaling issue when working with Adobe Photoshop – some of the text elements may seem very tiny on high resolution displays, which is very unpleasant thing, especially when you need to work with Photoshop for some time. Use this simple guide to fix Adobe Photoshop font scaling for High-DPI Displays.
As technology development keep advancing forward, a lot of newer technologies are becoming more common for PC users. In this particular case, the main topic is high resolution displays (displays that are greater than Full HD 1080p) and their interaction with Windows computers. Many people may have noticed, that there is an issue with the font size on such high resolution displays, for example 4K displays. Some text does not seem to scale as it should. In this guide you may learn how to fix tiny font size in Windows.
Error 0x80070652 is a system error that comes up while upgrading your Windows 10 version to a new one. This usually goes as follows: user tries to run the Update, finds the acceptable Windows 10 update and attempts to start it. The update starts loading, but then stops and freezes at some stage (sometimes it might even reach 100%) and then drops this message:
Error 0xc1900209 is a system issue that often pops up while upgrading your Windows 10 to 1803 version. This usually goes as follows: user tries to run the Update, finds the acceptable Windows 10 update and attempts to start it. The update starts loading, but then stops and freezes at some stage and then drops this message: