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Remote Desktop Manager Now Supports High DPI

Remote Desktop Manager Now Supports High DPI

Big News! RDM Now Supports High Resolution Display! For years, computer monitors have been increasing in size, for example with 4K resolution – which would be good news, except that generally speaking, there’s only been a minor increase in resolution. As a result, many IT pros have high-pixel density displays that are not optimized by the software they use, especially on Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. Well today, I’m thrilled to announce that** Remote Desktop Manager now supports high resolution (DPI) display!**

For the moment, it is only available in the Beta version of Remote Desktop Manager, which you can download here. If you would rather wait for the official version, the High DPI will be available to all in version 11.5 coming out soon!

As you might expect, this improvement is a result of suggestions from our amazing community of IT pros – which would be YOU. We’re always listening to your feedback and ideas. Yes, it may take us a bit of time to implement your suggestions, but our talented development team is constantly working hard to make your wishes come true.

So keep your requests coming, and we promise to always do our best for you!

Jenny Knafo

As Devolutions’ Product Marketing Specialist my role consist in staying up-to-date with the latest updates made to our software to create weekly technical blogs and tutorial videos to keep our clients informed. I am also in charge of the creation and overall successful organization of marketing events and trade-shows. I’ve worked in a corporate environment for a long time and it is a joy to be back to my roots and working again in the IT world.

Devolutions is a leading provider of remote connection, password and credential management tools for sysadmins and IT pros.

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