Other Known Issues

For users with high DPI (4k) screens, remote desktop windows as well as virtual machine windows will be very small. Microsoft has no solution for this issue yet. However, there is an unsupported workaround. This has been tested by us and it works. You will need to download the enabled registry file and install it.

The file looks like this: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "LogicalDPIOverride"="2"

Being a registry item, a restart is required for a change to take effect.

Only a single registry entry is added/modified. The 2 means 2x size. If that ends up not being enough for you, feel free to try 3 or whatever value you think will work.

The disable file just sets the value to 0 and is otherwise identical.

Since this is a registry hack on your local machine we cannot be responsible for results and you are responsible for the results of anything you may try with respect to this.