The Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions include the Hyper-V virtualization technology. Hyper-V enables running virtualized computer systems on top of a physical host. These virtualized systems can be used and managed just as if they were physical computer systems, however they exist in virtualized and isolated environment. Special software called a hypervisor manages access between the virtual systems and the physical hardware resources. Virtualization enables quick deployment of computer systems, a way to quickly restore systems to a previously known good state, and the ability to migrate systems between physical hosts.
Starting with Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14959, Microsoft added a new Zoom Level option in the View menu, where you can override the default scaling and set it to 100, 125, 150 or 200 â€“ whichever matches your preference.
This tutorial will show you how to change the Zoom Level of a Hyper-V virtual machine to override its default display scaling (DPI) in Windows 10.