Windows High DPI Improvements for Desktop

High DPI displays are becoming commonplace. Unfortunately, many non-UWP desktop applications can become blurry or can be sized incorrectly when used on a system that has both high and low DPI displays. In this session, learn what Windows offers to help you update your application to render properly in both high DPI and changing-DPI scenarios. We also cover some of the improvements that are coming to Windows that will give you a better experience when using Windows on high DPI hardware.