It's the program itself that hasn't been made to scale better with the current popularity of ultra high resolution screens. It's the same with Apple at their retina display, those that install Win7 on it will get microscopic text that's unreadable. Setting the DPI didn't help as the resolution is so high, it's still quite small. The only option is to reduce the resolution, but then everything else becomes fuzzy or blurry.
So basically I just gotta wait it out and see if the developers put out an update which scales their software to high DPI displays?
Most likely that. The problem is, it might take quite some time for that to happen as not that much people are buying these ultra high resolution laptops. Majority of the Joe and Jane spends around these days is $200-$300 tops for a Windows laptop, anything higher they think it's too expensive. And for a high resolution screen, there is no way laptop makers will sell that at $300. From a developers point of view, because the percentage of people runing these high resolution screen is so low, they don't see this problem as their #1 priority. It might one day when all laptop runs at these insane resolutions, but today is not that day.
In Apple's world, because everything now is only Retina, programs are force to developed to scaled better at high resolution as many are willing to pay that price premium of at least $1500 for one of Apple's Macbook line up.
For the time being, the only thing you can do is lower your screen resolution. at 14" try 1920x1080. If that is still too small then lower down to 1366x768. Anything lower than the recommended resolution will result in blurry text and won't be as sharp as when you had it at 3200x1800