Make sure the resolution is set to 1920 x 1080.
Thanks for replying!Your screenshot isn't of the DPI screen but the battery state. Click on Display on the screen shown in your screenshot and make sure it is set to 100% there. And as mentioned make sure the resolution is set to maximum resolution of the laptop, such as 1920x1080 and make sure both the Intel and NVidia drivers are showing as working in Device Manager.
Also, I don't you posted the correct model number can you double check that or provide a link to it?
Sorry I mentioned the model wrong. The max resolution is 1366*768.Make sure the resolution is set to 1920 x 1080.
It's easy to do.Maybe I should try another OS and see if the display is broken?
Thanks! Ill try this out and get backIt's easy to do.
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Yes, its the same display and updated windows 10. Not everything is blurry though... Sometimes largest text appears blurry. I use qbittorrent client and its taaktar icon is a bit jagged instead of smooth circle. And in-game text are also a bit blurry sometimes. Thanks for your patience. Is there anything I can do to fix this.That's rather weird ... Were they also running the screen at 1366x768?
Is Windows 10 up-to-date with all Windows Updates?
That's a different variant. Part number is not the same.This Acer page says "Model Name: Aspire 5 A515-51G" ("Part Number: NX.GS3EK.001") has a "Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution".
I play Dota 2, so does my friend. His laptops the same resolution, but my in-game text looks blurry and his crisp. I think something is definitely wrong, just dont know what. Am I doing something wrong? Should I just go back to Win 7."A 15.6-inch laptop with a 1366 x 768 display has a PPI of just 100, which means that photographs will look like pointillist paintings and text may remind you of the characters on a dot-matrix printout."
Why 78 Percent of Laptop Screens Suck
I dont know what model it is, it is a Dell laptop. My display is not blurry on windows 8 or mint os. But the problem is, Acer has provided drivers for only win 10What is the make and model number of your friends laptop?
FWIW: My Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone has more than 5 times the number of pixels per inch (PPI) than your laptop. (518 compared to 100).
I mean I cannot use any other OS other than windows 10. Acer has only provided drivers for all devices for windows 10, they didn't work in windows 8. Oh man why is this happening to meSo what you're saying is Acer's Windows 10 drivers make the display worse?
There are different types of laptop displays, some terrible, some great.