I am using Windows 10 on a high resolution laptop screen. Some programs supports the high-res screen and look sharp. Some don't and look blurry, but still appear at the correct size. I'm happy with both.
But then there are those programs which only have a half-baked support for a high DPI setting: they either appear tiny or some window elements are tiny while others are normal size. This makes some of these programs plain unusable, others very unpleasant to use.
Is there any way to ask Windows to fool these programs into thinking that they are running on a low-resolution screen, and then scale them up proportionally? I would much prefer that all window element render at the correct size even if this means that they will become blurry.
To avoid confusion: I am aware of the "Disable Display Scaling On High DPI Settings" compatibility setting in application properties, but this is not what I need. I am asking for the opposite of this: enable blurry upscaling and make the application believe that it is running on a low-resolution screen.