Windows 10 has a setting to try to fix apps that are blurry. Hit the Windows key and type "blurry" and turn the option to on.

You've probably tried this, but just in case, I mention it. (Can't say if it did much, if anything, for me.)


On 11/14/2019 12:42 PM, Joe Pluta wrote:
Oh, and as far as video drivers, this is a newly installed laptop.  It's relatively new hardware, a Lenovo T570 with a July BIOS and drivers updated in September.  I suppose I can try updating again to see what I get.

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