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Viewing Aspect Ratio Changed when upgrading from Windows 7 pro 64 bit to Windows 10

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Jul 12, 2020

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After upgrading to Windows 10 I notice all horizontal images are too long and skinny and vertical images look like a 4x5 aspect ratio.  When working on images in Photoshop cc, after initial adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw and opening the image, I have clicked on View, and clicked all the available options but the images are not the full-frame 3:2 aspect ratio I had in Windows 7.  Clicking on Image, then Image Size it shows the correct 3:2 aspect ratio in both inches and pixels, but when working on the image it is definitely much to long and skinny in landscape mode, and like a 4x5 piece of film in portrait mode.  Is there a way to have the image view as I post process fit the 3:2 aspect ratio?

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Viewing Aspect Ratio Changed when upgrading from Windows 7 pro 64 bit to Windows 10

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After upgrading to Windows 10 I notice all horizontal images are too long and skinny and vertical images look like a 4x5 aspect ratio.  When working on images in Photoshop cc, after initial adjustments in Adobe Camera Raw and opening the image, I have clicked on View, and clicked all the available options but the images are not the full-frame 3:2 aspect ratio I had in Windows 7.  Clicking on Image, then Image Size it shows the correct 3:2 aspect ratio in both inches and pixels, but when working on the image it is definitely much to long and skinny in landscape mode, and like a 4x5 piece of film in portrait mode.  Is there a way to have the image view as I post process fit the 3:2 aspect ratio?

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