Ultra High-resolution Screens (high-DPI / 4K) - Windows 10 High-DPI display handling: Choose how Windows 10 displays the application
The application now automatically adjusts for ultra high-resolution monitors such as 4K screens.
If some components of the application used to display too small and you previously had to manually select a scaling mode in Windows for the Steele Expert application, you can improve the program's display by returning that setting to automatic as follows:
- Find "Steele Mutual Fund Expert" in the Windows 10 Start menu. Right-click on it and select "More > Open file location".
- There, right-click on "Steele Mutual Fund Expert" and select "Properties > Compatibility > Change high DPI settings".
- Uncheck "Override high DPI scaling behavior" (or select "Application)".
You can also check "Start menu > Settings > System > Display > Advanced scaling settings > Custom scaling". Set a value explicitly here such as 125%-300%. 300% works well for 4K 13" laptop screens, while 175% is fine for 27" 4K monitors. This can make several programs display clearly, including certain Windows built-in programs like "Device Manager".