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The proliferation of tablets, laptops, and monitors that provide high dots-per-inch (DPI) displays can result in Windows desktop apps that display blurry text and images. When you have devices with high-DPI displays capable of working at resolutions above 1920x1080 (also known as FullHD or 1080p), you expect both crisp text and images. In this article, the first in a two-part series, I explain the features that Windows 8.1 provides for such high-DPI displays and all the things to consider when using Win32 to deliver software containing crisp text and sharp images. In the next article, I'll take this preliminary information and turn it into the necessary code.

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