I actually didn’t know that high DPI scaling still existed on Windows 10 until I got a 24” 4K monitor. But it is. In 2020. And while I know that Microsoft have made a lot of changes in this area to help, it’s still frustrating when I come across that one application that still doesn’t play ball.
With all the changes, Microsoft has given us a few ways to help work with this issue.
I came across the issue again, today, with Yubico Authenticator. And while are quite a few blog posts and articles around it, I thought I’d write a quick blog post today to primarily … remind me 😊 While this blog post is specifically about Yubico Authenticator, the settings apply to any application that needs some scaling applied to it.