Windows 10 build 18277 sets the auto-repair of blurred applications as the default behavior, so whenever you start an application that may not appear correctly on a high DPI display, the operating system should start and repair it for you.
Microsoft has been trying to improve the high DPI characteristics of Win32 (desktop) applications on Windows over the past few years. This function has been gradually implemented in Windows 10 and will be enabled by default for everyone in the upcoming 19H1 update.
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Of course, this does not mean that Windows 10 will fix all obscure applications correctly. Tests show that there is still room for improvement. However, in some cases,DevelopmentPersonnel themselves need to update their applications for high DPI display, while the new DPI mode in Windows 10 can only make applications available, but it is difficult to present them perfectly.
Windows 1019H1 is expected to be completed in the spring of 2019, so more improvements can be made in this area during this period. The RTM version is expected to be signed in March 2019.