The following steps will help you resize the text and make it larger in your Windows system or Web Browser.
Change system font on Win 10
1. Right-click on the desktop and select Display settings.
2. Slide the bar “Change the size of text, apps…” to the right to make the size larger. Or slide it to the left to make them smaller. The slider moves in increments of 25%. You can increase the size by up to 175%.
You should notice the font sizes change immediately, but you won’t see things get bigger (or smaller) until you restart or sign in and sign out. If you are satisfied with the font size, you can stop here.
However, if you want to try increasing the custom scaling or adjusting the font sizes of specific UI elements (e.g., title bars, icons), continue with step 3.
3. Click “Advanced Display Settings” at the bottom of the setting window.
4. Click “Advanced sizing of text and other items” at the bottom of the window.
A screen with several display options appears. From here, you can choose A.) Set a custom percentage (for example, 115%) or B.) Tweak the font size of specific elements like Menu and Icons.
5. Click “Set a custom scaling level” under Change size of items.
A pop-up window appears with a small ruler in it. Click in the percentage box, enter a number and click OK. Check out different sizes until you find one you like.
6. Select the UI element you want to change, choose the text size, and choose “Bold” if you wish to bold text. Repeat these steps as needed for the Title bars, Menus, Message boxes, Palette titles, Icons, and Tooltips bars.
7. Click Apply. Windows will either make you wait or ask you to sign out and sign back in (in case of an extension) before you see the changes.
Increase text size in Win 7
1. Right-click on the desktop and select Screen Resolution
2. Click “Make text and other items larger or smaller”
3. Select a percentage: Smaller, Medium, or Larger (100, 125, or 150%) and click Apply.
4. Log off and on again(or restart your computer).
If you are satisfied with the result, stop here. If not, you can try setting custom%.
5. Click “Set custom text size (DPI)” in the left navigation after you navigate back to the Display settings window.
A pop-up window with a ruler appears.
6. Enter a number in the% box (for example, 135%) and click OK.
7. Click Apply on the next screen, then log in and log out.
Increase the text size in any web browser
Typing Ctrl + in any major browser ( Coc Coc, Edge, IE, Chrome, or Firefox ) will zoom in on a web page, making text and images larger. Press Ctrl – zoom out. You can also choose Zoom from the menu in any browser.
In Edge and Internet Explorer, zoom remains the same on every website you visit. However, in Chrome and Firefox, the magnification is only constant in one domain, so if you zoom in to the homepage of us and then visit google.com, you will need to zoom back in.