A scale value other than 100% may have been selected in your computer's display settings.
You can use one of the methods below to fix this problem without changing your scale setting.
You can fix this problem by overriding the high DPI scaling for the program.
Select the program in the installation file and click the right mouse button. Click on the properties row from the drop-down list.
In the dialog that opens, switch to the Compatibility tab. Click the Change high DPI settings button.
Enable “Use this setting to fix scaling problems for this program instead of the one Settings” option.
Select the I open this program option as the DPI set for the main display.
In the DPI settings dialog that opens, enable the "Override high DPI scaling behavior" feature.
Select System as the scaling by .
Close the dialogs by clicking the OK and Apply buttons.
Restart the program.
Hold down the Ctrl + Shift key on the left of the keyboard and run the program from the desktop shortcut.
Keep pressing the Ctrl + Shift keys until you get a message saying that registry entries and settings are cleared.
The message can stay in the background. Do not observe the message.
Continue the message by clicking OK. The program will open.
With this operation, the menu, toolbar and shortcuts are brought to the initial state of the program.