Since I upgraded my client computer to Windows 10 I would get small Icons and fonts when I have to restart host Windows 7 computer remotely and logging through RDP session. In that case it looks like 125% DPI set on host computer is ignored. If I log locally after restart/reboot first, remote session respects 125% DPI.
Powershell comes with a cmdlet called "Measure-Command" that can execute a block of commands and measure how long it takes to run. It's analogous to the unix "time" command.What if you want to run something a number of times and take the average?
The files associated with VFP are opened in a new instance of VFP when double-clicked or 'Open' verb is executed on them. It's configured in Windows not in VFP.
The limitations have been pulled from Windows SDK header file
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