Google Earth Pro images blurry or font size too small on Windows after v7.3.6 update? Here's a quick fix
Google Earth is Google’s mapping system that offers users an immersive, three-dimensional way to explore data and imagery. It organizes the world’s information and presents it in such a way that is both accessible and useful.
Moreover, the desktop version of Google Earth recently received an update that introduces a Movie Maker tool, improved printing tool quality, and many more features.
Google Earth Pro images blurry or font size too small
However, some users have been reporting that the navigation system shows blurry images and very small font sizes after the recent Google Earth Pro v7.3.6 update on Windows.
I am running Google Earth Pro on Windows 11, and when I started it up this morning, the text on the GUI was suddenly a lot smaller than it had been. Does anyone know of a way to fix this?
There are also some cases where Google Earth just stops trying to load new content and everything stays blurry. Additionally, it seems to affect the Street View too as it enters the Ground View instead.
Moreover, the update has also changed the font size for almost everything including the Menu, Toolbar icons, Places Pane, and Layers Pane in the Desktop app.
In order to restore the functionalities of the mapping system, some users have even been forced to revert to the previous version of Google Earth Pro.
Here’s a quick fix
We have come across a workaround that can help fix the issue temporarily. You can check out the steps listed below:
Unfortunately, Google hasn’t acknowledged the issue where the mapping system is showing blurry images and a very small font size. So affected users can try the above-mentioned workaround for the time being.
We’ll keep tabs on the latest developments and update the article as and when we come across something noteworthy.
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