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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 ...


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Looks like it works on my system. Windows version: 8.1 Enterprise Mathematica version: 10.1 Here is the screenshot



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