If the text on your LCD screen is blurry or looking fuzzy, try enabling font smoothing. If that doesn’t solve your problem, then calibrate your display. It doesn’t require any hardware access. It’s all in the software through a feature Windows calls ClearType. It shows users a bunch of differently sharpened and blurred texts sample, and users can select any one of them through series of 5 questions. Windows will use the most optimal one based on your selection, making your text look sharper and much easier to read.
Follow the below guide to know how to turn on ClearType Text in Windows 10:
1. Click on the Start menu and search for ClearType text and click on Adjust ClearType text.
2. ClearType would be checked (Turn on) by default. Click Next to tune it.
Note: If you want to see how your text looks with ClearType on or off. You can check and uncheck the Turn on ClearType checkbox to see the difference.
3. Click Next if you have a single monitor. If you have multiple monitors, you will be asked to choose whether you want to tune all displays or selected one.
Note: If your Display is not set to the native resolution, you will also be asked whether you want to change it to native resolution or keep it as it is.
4. Select a text sample (1 of 5) that looks good to you and click Next.
5. Select a text sample (2 of 5) that looks good to you and click Next.
6. Select a text sample (3 of 5) that looks good to you and click Next.
7. Select a text sample (4 of 5) that looks good to you and click Next.
8. Select a text sample (5 of 5) that looks good to you and click Next.
9. Once all text samples have been set, click on Finish.
Note: For multiple monitors users, you have to repeat the text samples procedure individually for each monitor.