WinBeta reports Microsoft is using feedback from the Windows Insiders program to fix the scaling issues still present in Windows 10. Getting this right is not easy, because Windows 10 has to support devices ranging in size from roughly 4" to 84", with pixel densities ranging from 50DPI to 500DPI. Head over to the site to learn more about how Microsoft plans to tackle the issue.
While Microsoft has been rather cagey on the details of Redstone, Windows engineers and developers are ready to talk about an important aspect of the operating system with regards to scaling. With the Consumer Electronics Show under way, the event has helped showcase a centralized resolution theme for PC and PC-like devices for this upcoming year. Unfortunately, many Windows users have notoriously fallen victim to the operating systems lack of standardized scaling practices. That is, until Windows 10 Redstone.