Blurry Windows text - Boot Camp

Howdy folks, got a quick question -
I had to install Windows (8.1) and I did so without much problem on my rMBP (late 2013), thanks to Boot Camp. I happened to note that some of the textual content seems "blurry/pixelated".
I say 'some content' because most of the Windows-based stuff in Explorer, Desktop, etc. seem fine. But text on Chrome, or while installing any software (Windows Prompts) are not 'normal'. Or do I say... Text seems "distorted".
Is there something wrong with the display?
On another note, Christmas greetings to those observing! Peace and good health unto us all.

Hi all, I'm having the same problem, and I doubt it is the High DPI support problem. For eg. an app created in Visual Studio 2013 looks pixelated, even if you change scaling settings for the app, while the ap in Visual Stusio itself looks good.
Can you please suggets another solution?
Thanks!

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