Highly unlikely this is an issue with the product itself.
Consider playing around with your DPI settings as this may be the cause of your problem.
The DPI setting can be found in Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display
If the issue persists, consider delving deeper into more advanced DPI configurations and even DWM scaling for fuzziness:
On the system try the following:
net stop FontCache188.8.131.52
Navigate to c:\windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Local
Delete all the files in the folder referencing the Font Cache and then run
net start FontCache184.108.40.206
This is the WPF Font Cache that applications that use WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) .. Service Manager being one of them.. I have seen the Font Cache be corrupted and cause bad fonts I have also see it affect performance greatly.
edit: Of course close any applications prior to doing this, especially Service Manager
- Edited by GeorgeWallaceMicrosoft employee Friday, July 05, 2013 10:12 PM forgot something