Moving from the 1280x1024 for standard LCD 19" etc screens resolution, to the 1920x1080 which comes with 23" etc WideScreen monitors these days, we know the same settings of font size displayed we were use to, will now show slightly smaller - and that's fine. First, yes we understand about font size, clear type, and dpi adjustments. Yes we know for higher resolutions being sure to turn on and adjust ClearType which solves readability problems just fine across the board in every nook and cranny, Except, inside many non-microsoft programs where the OS's control over the font size, clear type, or dpi adjustments in the non-menu areas 'cannot' reach there - is specifically what I am talking about today - The problem is the font displayed in these programs (non-menu) areas is harder to read because it's a little too skinny and smaller - again everywhere else is just fine. We know that going forward software developers automatically write their softwares fonts to be easily readable in higher resolutions, but many of our slightly older programs we still want to use did not, and that's where the problem is seen whether I'm using WXP, Vista, or Windows7 - the issue is exactly the same. (The issue is NOT a VGA, DVI, or HDMI connection issue, or Video Card issue, or a Brightness or Contrast etc adjustment problem) *** The question is, how can you get the ClearType setting to also have its effect on fonts which exist inside of these programs non-menu areas that are currently not in the OS's control? Is there another way?