Our main desktop computer came with a 500 GB mechanical hard drive and Windows 7. I upgraded it to Windows 8 then 8.1 many years ago. When Windows 10 became available, I bought an SSD, cloned the mechanical drive to the SSD, then did an in-place upgrade to Windows 10 on the SSD. I just swapped the SATA cables inside from the mechanical drive to the SSD and left the mechanical drive in it. Due to a number of reasons, I recently resurrected that 8.1 drive. I have since cloned it to a second SSD and am using it in the machine now (still have the 10 SSD set to the side). I have noticed that almost everything graphics-wise looks just a tad sharper with 8.1 vs. 10. I'm not talking about the window styles or anything like that. Even text...just seems crisper. Is this real, or am I imagining things? The machine has an Intel Pentium G2030 with integrated Intel graphics. Same monitor, same cable; nothing has changed except for the OS on a different drive.