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Avoid display problems

If the display is blurred, resize the browser window once (with CTRL +/-). If this does not help, please check the following settings.

If the display is cropped or too small, check the following values:

System-wide zoomBrowser zoomDisplay
100%100%Perfect
125%80%Perfect
200%50%Perfect

Usually, Windows 10 is delivered with 125% scaling in most installations, so the browser should be set to 80% scaling.
Be sure to set the scale for all screens the same!

With all other scaling, it does not work mathematically to achieve a smooth pixel ratio, e.g.

System-wide zoomBrowser zoomDisplay
150%66,666666666667 %blurred
175%57,142857142857 %blurred

Adjust browser zoom

Below, you can see how you can edit the browser zoom using the example of Google Chrome.

  1. Click on the menu icon with the three dots at the top right of the browser.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Under “Appearance” you will find the option “Page zoom”.
  4. There you can permanently set the desired zoom for all pages. Chrome saves your settings automatically.

Adjust system-wide zoom (scale) in Windows

  1. Open the Display Settings by right-clicking on the desktop.
  2. Here you can permanently change the scaling of all contents. Your settings will be saved automatically.