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Mathematica 10 is not high-DPI-aware on Windows and so Windows renders it at the native resolution and then scales it by a factor of 2 by default to make it readable. Once Mathematica supports high-DPI displays in Windows, they will be able to properly render text and graphics that aren't blurry. If you're running Windows 8.1, you can disable this default ...
Looks like it works on my system. Windows version: 8.1 Enterprise Mathematica version: 10.1 Here is the screenshot
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