While I am still searching for this problem, I want to share it here so if someone can support and can give me a detailed answer.
First-thing-first, I am on a low-end desktop PC, and I am not sure if the reason behind this problem is my low-end PC or Microsoft Windows 10.
Yesterday I switched to Microsoft newly launched Windows 10 on my desktop PC which I am using since last few years regularly only for Office Work, particularly for Microsoft Office documents. I do know that it has only 256MB of graphics memory but I thought to give Windows 10 a chance to operate my PC. The upgrading process from Windows 7 (32bit Home Edition) to Windows 10, was itself so smooth and interesting that I feel its something special from Microsoft this time, and yes it is.
Why I am talking only about graphics memory of my PC because Microsoft didn't mention any thing about required graphics card of amount of memory (as far as I read about it), and my RAM and Processor is enough sufficient to operate Windows 10 as per their requirements. After successful installation and upgrade to Windows 10, I got some annoying issue (and the only issue) that I cannot give it a name (technical name) which I thought to share with you so if I will get some idea what technically it is.
The issue is mainly connected to my PC's lower amount of graphics memory, as far as I understand, but if it is because of lower graphics memory, why there are no such issues inside the games (like WORDAMENT, the only game I love to play mostly) or inside Chrome, Firefox or Opera Browsers?
The genuine problem what I am facing, I will call it "Windows 10 fonts display problem" (as shown in the screenshots), and what I got after searching for this issue is something they call "Fonts DPI" problem which you can set from Control Panel, they said.
|You cannot read Notifications because of Fonts Display Problem|
|This is what its looks like inside the Settings window.|
|You can clearly see that the text isn't readable.|
The Fonts Display Problem is in CORTANA, Notification Panel, Microsoft Edge browser and in few other places also.
I tried to figure out the name "DPI" in Control Panel but didn't found anything, but only the Fonts Display inside the Control Panel, from where I am only able to change the way the fonts will appear, and its not about Fonts DPI.
Furthermore, what I did when I stuck with this problem, I change my display resolution from 1920x1080 to say 1080x720 but it didn't make any sense or any change, still the problem is there.
I hope I will get its answer very soon, as I already contact Microsoft for the said issue, and surely I will post a detailed answer and its main reason, but I will be very pleased if YOU share your experience with us related to the same issue, if you have any.
One thing I want to add here in the end that my graphics driver is really up-to-date, and I am facing no other problem besides this one.