Hi OCAU. Finally caved yesterday and bought myself a fancy new 28" 4K monitor. Was really excited for that extra real estate, mainly for coding and CAD work. Plugged it in, configured the graphics card to output the full resolution, and was completely disappointed. At such a high resolution, it's impossible to see a thing on the monitor without setting display scaling to 150%! This is fine, but some software doesn't support it very well (it renders in 1440p then uses some sort of interpolated, fuzzy scaling method), some doesn't support it all (renders tiny text), and even the software that it works well in, you're still looking at the same amount of real estate as a 1440p monitor but with sharper text. Is there some software or settings out there that can make the 4k experience good on Windows 7, will my eyes adjust over time to the tiny icons and text, or would it be best to sell it and get myself a 1440p display?