Sonny is a highly motivated Computer Engineer and currently SEO expert in the San Francisco Bay area. He grew in Computer Science at a very early age thanks to his father, who learned him DTP on Apple and Windows systems. He also worked on designing and publishing various websites related to his passions: video games, animation, music and computer science. After high-school, Sonny decided to become an IT Engineer by going to SUPINFO, an IT School in Paris. He graduated successfully in 2010 and even got the pleasure to study in San Francisco for his last year of school. Thanks to the internship policy of SUPINFO, he developed his IT & Marketing skills in SEO, Database, Reporting, CRM and Business Intelligence domains. His various experience brought him to work with high-ranked individuals and grasp technical, management and business skills. He also got the opportunity to communicate with Sales Representative teams, Marketing teams and Senior Management.
Sonny is looking to become the founder of a video game and IT company in his future and is working on it with his experience and his free time. Sonny is always open to any job offering or any relationship in the video game and IT industry.
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Before writing this post, let me explain to you how I learned about this issue:
Back in the time I downloaded Windows 8.1 Pro (having a Windows 8 Pro Edition) from the Windows Store. It comes free of charge and went relatively well. I was glad with the change even thought I observed that my fonts were bigger than before the update, which actually looked better… up until I open Chrome!
Opening Chrome, the fonts were really blurry and it made me wonder if my update made an issue. That is when I decided to google and bing on the issue. I found out that, if you have a wide screen resolution, you might need to update the properties of your applications.
To solve the Windows 8.1 Font Display Blurry issue, please use the below explanation: On any application where you encountered the issue
There is another way to fix the problem by going through the Screen Resolution control panel settings where you can force a certain size for all your fonts (meaning it will affect all the applications)
If you have a french edition of Windows 8.1, you can follow the screenshot below:
Personally my computer have a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 and I got the issue so far on Chrome, Skype and Steam.
Hope it helps and enjoy your fonts in a normal size :)
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