I don't understand why this occurs.
I have to go to my old laptop to enter text into Mspaint so that it looks good. Below is a graphic I insert into my medium.com articles. Note the smooth text. Now if I grab that same graphic using mspaint in my new laptop, erase the text and type it in again, the text is noticeable pixelated: Now, of course, I realize they're different machines with different resolutions. The old laptop has a recommended resolution of 1366 x 768, and the newer smaller laptop has a recommended resolution of 3200 x 1800. That's way I thought simply changing the resolution in the new laptop to 1366 x 768 when entering such text would do the trick, but no.
It's subtle at times, but then inserting the graphic into medium.com in this case, the difference is readily apparent. The text looks...well...chunky. Below, for example, I retyped 'Decode' on my new machine at the same resolution, but it's noticeable different than the other when posted on medium.com.
I write a number of articles on a popular platform. I literally have to go to my old laptop if I want to enter some 'nice looking' text in a graphic. I don't want to have to do that. What's going on?