Windows 10 has had a high adoption rate with almost 75 Million Windows 10 activations recorded a month after its release. Many people are satisfied with their upgrade, but sometimes you might find something inconvenient. Most of these problems are usually pretty easy to fix though. Here we will be looking at how to solve the Windows 10 remote desktop blurry text issue.


Problem

Windows 10 remote desktop shows blurry text when connected to Tally on Cloud server.


Cause

This problem can be caused due to an outdated graphics driver, a low connection quality setting, and a higher-than-necessary resolution of the remote desktop session.


Solution

You can fix the Windows 10 to Windows Server 2003 remote desktop problem by following these steps:


Update The Graphics Driver In Windows 10

Upgrading the graphics driver can solve this problem if a suitable driver isn’t already installed. You can install an updated driver from Windows update automatically. You can also go to your computer manufacturer’s website and download the driver from there after locating your computer on their website.

If you installed the graphics card separately, then you will need to go to the graphics card manufacturer’s website and download the driver from there. Make sure to install the Windows 10 version of the driver, but if the Windows 10 version of the driver is not available, than you can download and install the latest version of the driver and hope for the best.

If this is your first time installing a driver yourself, or you are having problems installing the graphics driver in Windows 10 then you can use third-party driver utility like DriverDoc to find the driver for you. Download it and give it a try.


Change The Remote Desktop Quality Settings

  1. Open Remote Desktop, press the Windows Key > type remote desktop > click Remote Desktop Connection
  2. Go to the Experience tab > make sure performance is set to Detect Connection Quality Automatically
    Remote Desktop - Experience - Detect Connection Quality Automatically - Connect -- Windows Wally
  3. Click Connect and try again.


Set The Remote Desktop Resolution To Around 1280 x 768

Reducing the remote desktop resolution might solve the problem because many new monitors come with really high resolution settings. If you try to connect to a 1280 x 768 Windows Server 2003 computer using a really high resolution, it can make the text blurry.

  1. Open Remote Desktop, press the Windows Key > type remote desktop > click Remote Desktop Connection
  2. Go to the Display tab > move the slider under Display configuration to a lower resolution.
    Remote Desktop - Display - Display configuration - Connect -- Windows Wally
  3. Click Connect and try again.