If you have a high-resolution display, you've probably noticed that some apps have blurry fonts when scaled up. Even stranger: some apps that used to scale well are blurry in Windows 10. Here's a fix.
Windows 10 uses a different scaling method than Windows 8, for reasons unknown — but it seems to scale poorly in certain built-in apps, like Device Manager, Computer Management, or dialog boxes. An app called "XPExplorer - Windows 10 DPI Fix" solves this problem by reinstating the old Windows 8 method of DPI scaling.
Start up the app, check "Use Windows 8.1 DPI Scaling", and choose your scaling level. After you click Apply, it will ask you to reboot. When you come back, fonts in those apps should be clear once again.
To revert to Windows 10's method, just re-start the app, check "Use Windows 10 default DPI scaling", and reboot your computer twice.