Why is the font for 2016 Lacerte tiny, micro-tiny, and the 2015 Lacerte on the same computer fantastic?

Typically I use my laptop to "project" the clients tax return in the conference room from my laptop/portable computer.  This worked well in 2015, but 2016 Lacerte is showing in "tiny/micro font" and not view-able when projectected (max zoom). Yet, the 2015 Lacerte, on the same computer, displays normally. Why is it that 2016 Lacerte is unusable from this Dell 2 in 1 (Windows 10, touchscreen)?  

Will future 2016 versions adapt to the screen like 2015?

The desktops, and other older computers, work fine.  What changed?

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