SketchUp and Windows 10 display scaling

Hi, I use SketchUp Make 2017 an I’m going to buy a new laptop: Dell XPS 15 9560 with i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, GTX 1050 and Windows 10 Home.

That laptop has a 15" display, available with two different resolutions:

FHD (19201080) matte
UHD (3840
2160) glossy

If I choose the FHD display I will run it with a 100% scaling (that is, not scaling at all); if I choose the 4K display I will run it with a 200% scaling (with a smaller scaling, text would be too tiny and unreadable).

I’m sure SketchUp will have no problem with the FHD display scaled at 100%. But what about the 4K display scaled at 200%? I’ve read that SketchUp support Windows DPI scaling only up to 150%: can you confirm that limitation? And if that limit is true, what happens when SketchUp is launched in a Windows system scaled at 200%? Does it scale at 150%? Or at 100% (not scaling at all)?

More in general, what 15" display option (FHD or 4K) do you suggest for SketchUp?

See the HW and SW Requirements page, section labeled "High DPI Support"
https://help.sketchup.com/en/article/36208

Things become unreadable or unusable. (Especially the tray panels controls and sizing.)

See issues other people had:


and etc., ETC.,…
https://forums.sketchup.com/search?q=display%20scaling

Aside from the resolution scaling, I prefer matte screens. Easier on my eyes, and no distracting reflections. Also if you work outside or by a window, glossy screens are usually not bright enough.

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