We are planning to introduce a version of ONE that works properly on high resolution screens, but in the meantime you can use this workaround so that ONE shows at a more reasonable size on your monitor.
This tip has been reported to work on 64 bit Windows 10. It might work on other versions of Windows.
- Quit ONE if it is running. Don't just minimize the application, shut it down completely by right clicking on the SpiderOak icon in the system tray, then selecting Quit.
- In the Windows file explorer, find the file C:\Program Files\SpiderOakONE\SpiderOakONE.exe and right click on it.
- Click Properties, then Compatibility, then "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings". Click Apply.
- Re-launch SpiderOak.
This fix for Adobe products has been reported to work for ONE: