First, an apology: I am new to the Surface world. I picked up a Surface Pro 3 for work yesterday and am thrilled, but I've encountered a problem: scaling. My second monitor is 1920x1080, and moving applications from my Surface to my external monitor has proven to be troublesome. It looks like Office 15 is terrible when it comes to scaling. Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. look spectacular on my Surface Pro 3, but they are a blurry, fuzzy mess when I drag them over to my external monitor. Disabling the DPI scaling for Excel.exe through the registry (since 64-bit applications don't have a "Compatibility" tab) just increases the "size" of Excel on the secondary monitor instead of shrinking it on the Surface Pro 3 (I have no idea why that happened). The solutions contained here ([Fix] Bold, Blurry or Hard to Read Font Problem in Windows 8.1 - AskVG) were not helpful, unfortunately. I saw that general advice for the Surface Pro 2 was to just disable the scaling, but the 2160x1440 resolution makes that less than realistic. The ideal solution would be to enable scaling on my Surface Pro 3 and not at all on the external monitor, but my understanding is that is not possible. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Edit: Chrome, wonderfully, scales relatively well. It looks sharp and properly-sized on my external monitor. On the Surface Pro 3 it is properly-sized but blurry.