The difficulty is that if I have a display resolution of 1920 to 1080 or more, the DPI scaling is usually set to be at least 125% for easier reading.
The dense pixel packaging into a small screen is amazing for photos and apps. It also produces mobile applications however, which are low and difficult to see at high resolutions.
And since Windows 10 uses a different DPI scaling method, it causes the problem of the fluffy text (aesthetic text maker
This seems to be a problem that has been reported by many users and there's a useful utility for correcting the problem. XPExplorer is renamed Windows 10 and is free of charge.