High DPI is not new to Windows; however in Windows 7 we made few changes that developers should be aware of. The goal is to encourage end users to set their displays to native resolution and use DPI rather than screen resolution to change the size of displayed
text and images. Windows 7 can auto-detect and configure a default DPI on clean installs on machines configured by their OEMs using DPI settings. Join Silvana Moncayo and Matthew Blackshaw, PM in the graphics team and Yochay Kiriaty, Technical Evangelist,
on a discussion on Windows 7 High DPI.
This is another video in a sereis of Windows 7 Grahics videos on Channel 9
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