Until a few months ago I was running an LG 1920 x 1080 monitor with my Intel NVC 8iHNK PC with 16 GB RAM. The two programs I'm concerned with here both worked fine. I then switched to a Samsung LF32TU87 4K display at 3840 x 2160 which is absolutely fine for all purposes except these two programs, both of which I have beenusing quite heavily and for which I haven't found equally good substitutes. One is the Windows clipboard extender ClipMate, which has not been updated for several years. The program cuts, saves, and pastes just as it did in the past, but when I want to bring a display of the clip-list on screen it has become extremely slow to load (2 or 3 minutes). The other is the character-map replacement BabelMap. I had version 13 of this, and this behaved in a similar fashion: it was incredibly slow to load (even slower than ClipMate) but then seemed to work quite normally. I have just tried to install the new version 14 of this program, only to find that this does not load at all. The only thing I can put the problem with these two down to is the change of monitor, but I cannot find any explantion anywhere I have looked of why for just two programs the change should make such a difference, rendering both of them pretty useless. Can anyone offer an explanation — and if possible a cure, please?