How to Fix Font Rendering Problems in Windows 10
Windows 10 Apps are not running smoothly yet, reportedly some users have complained about font rendering in Apps. They said that words were messed up, and they weren’t able to read anything. Fortunately there is a simple solution for this problem.
Install KB3008956 update
Installing KB3008956 is the most common solution for font rendering in Windows 10 Technical Preivew, and it will probably solve your problem. In case you don’t know how to manually install KB3008956 update, do the following:
- Make sure your PC is plugged in and connected to the Internet using a non-metered connection. Don’t disconnect, unplug, or turn off your PC while the update is being installed
- Go to Start Menu, click Settings, and then go to Change PC settings
- Go to Update and recovery, and then tap or click Windows Update
- Click on Check now
- If updates are found, tap or click View details
- In the list of updates, select the update containing KB 2919355, and then tap or click Install
- If you’re prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, enter the password or provide confirmation
- After the installation is complete, restart your PC and sign in
If applying KB3008956 update didn’t help, try to reinstall your display drivers.
Reinstall display drivers
Maybe your current display driver is not compatible with Windows 10, which could cause a couple of graphical issues, try to update your driver and problem could be solved. To reinstall your display drivers, follow these steps:
- Press Windows key and X key together
- Select Device manager
- Locate and expand Display adapter
- Right-click on the Display adapter that is listed and click Uninstall
- Restart the computer and download, install the latest drivers from the manufacturer website
We also recommend this third-party tool (100% safe and tested by us) to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC.
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