This has been a old issue with me for a while now. Using DSR in borderless fullscreen can be done by changing your desktop resolution, but that's a pain to do every time you want to play the game. On a (kinda) unrelated note, what sparked me to do this was I purchased Dragon Quest Heroes II, which is actually true fullscreen. But, it will always default to your desktop resolution when you launch it, making DSR a hassle. So I found a old program called "nircmd" that allows you to change your resolution from CMD. A quick batch file can make switching back and forth seamless. DOWNLOAD HERE comes with nircmd.exe and an example batch file Spoiler Code: @echo off goto start :start2 pause CLS :start nircmd.exe setdisplay 2560 1440 32 echo - Your resoution has been switched! echo - Pressing any key will go back to native! pause CLS nircmd.exe setdisplay 1920 1080 32 echo - Your resoution is currently native! echo - Pressing any key will switch back! goto start2 Editing the batch file is easy; You can make a few batch files for resolutions you want to use in problematic games. Just launch the batch file before you launch your game, should be pretty self explanatory from there.