But there is a workaround for this. My primary monitor is 1440x900, and my second monitor is a TV with a resolution of 1080i. Whenever one of these monitors are set as primary, all desktop applications displayed on the secondary monitor (doesn't matter which) has blurry text. My problem is that my second monitor is fuzzy and is difficult to read text on, also that things such as the tabs at the top of Chrome are not visible and appear to 'hang' off the top of the screen. If you have a full HD monitor or screen with 1920 X 1080 resolution or higher then you will observe that all the icons and texts become so small that they are really hard to read unless you scale them up. But if I set the Dell at 125% and the HP at 100%, the Dell is sharp but the HP is blurry. If I set both at 125%, everything is still sharp. My graphics card is a Gainward GTX 670. - OS: Windows 7 Pro - … 1- Dell 2560 x 1440 2- HP 1920 x 1200. Also the text is blurry, now even more thanks to Mojave. If the frame rate or resolution is incorrect, the fix can be found in the same place. I have two monitors hooked up on my windows 10 box. In my example setup, I have a 14-inch laptop with a 1920×1080 screen resolution, and a 24-inch monitor with a 1920×1200 resolution. I have a new Dell M3800 Laptop, screen resolution 3200x1800, and an external 1080p Samsung monitor. In "Customize your display", if I set both monitors at 100%, everything is sharp. So I was thinking if your method would make my monitor crispier. Now in that case if you try to perform DPI Scaling in Windows 10 then it will usually lead to blurry fonts. No matter what I do, the external monitor is slightly blurry. Windows 10 still can't do scaling properly. If the second monitor shows an image, but the image is blurry, pixelated, distorted, discolored, or a duplicate of the primary display, check the computer's display settings. However, you may still experience blurry text in Office applications when you have more than one monitor and the external monitor has a different screen resolution than the primary monitor. Windows can detect the difference in sizes and adjust itself accordingly: it’s set the laptop to 150% visual scale (on-screen items are 50% larger than standard) and 100%, or default, for the monitor. I am noticing the second monitor, which used to be the main one is blurry. I have two monitors on my desktop computer running Windows 10. Hey OP, I have a Dell monitor, 24" 2408WPS, it is a 1920x1200 monitor, and it happens the same, I noticed it forces theYPbPr/YCbCr mode instead of the RGB one. If you have connected an external monitor to a Microsoft Surface 2 or 3 (or any other high resolution computer) running Windows 8, you will see that the second screen’s text is fuzzy.