Vista SP2, Windows 7 DPI Scaling require screen height of 600 pixels

In order to be able to change the pixel density on Windows 7 and Windows Vista Service Pack 2, users will need devices with screens of at least 600 pixels in height. According to Microsoft, DPI Scaling will not work on computers on which the display resolution is lower than 600 pixels vertical. “When you […]

In order to be able to change the pixel density on Windows 7 and Windows Vista Service Pack 2, users will need devices with screens of at least 600 pixels in height. According to Microsoft, DPI Scaling will not work on computers on which the display resolution is lower than 600 pixels vertical. “When you change system DPI Scaling from “Control Panel > Personalization > Adjust font size (DPI)” on Windows Vista, or from “Control Panel > Display” on Windows 7, you may notice that the displayed font size does not change,” Microsoft stated.