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  1. Jan 9, 2017 · How to make items easier to see using the built in tool in Windows 10, it works by increasing the size of everything on screen by moving a simple slider in t...

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  2. Apr 25, 2016 · When you expand the folder, you should see a lot of dialog resources depending on what program you're trying to modify. Here I've put the number 9 instead of 8 and then hit F5 to compile it, or click on the green arrow button in the upper menu. You can see how the window expanded a bit and how the elements are bigger.

  3. Feb 25, 2022 · How to change the font size in Windows 10 is what we look at in this video. We look at how to change the text size only, also how to change the app and text ...

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  4. Dec 1, 2017 · Learn how to make the change the scale and layout settings to adjust your screen size and make text and apps appear bigger or smaller in Windows 10. 0:00 Int...

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    You can make the text and other things like icons larger in Windows 10. You can choose to resize everything in one fell swoop or temporarily resize with the Magnifier. You can also just change the text size for certain items without affecting anything else. We'll show you.

    1. Right-click on desktop and select Display settings.

    2. Use the slider to change the size of text, app, and other items. It might be set to 150% by default. Dragging the slider to right increases the size, while dragging it to the left decreases the size.

    If you want to temporarily enlarge a portion of the screen, use the built-in Magnifier. You can quickly open it by using the keyboard shortcut Windows key and the plus sign (+) to zoom in and minus sign (-) to zoom out. Use Windows key and Esc to exit the magnifier.

    If you don't want to change the size of everything on desktop, it's possible to just change the text size for these specific items:

    •Title bars


    •Message boxes

    •Palette titles


    It's great that we have these options available to change the size of text, apps, and other items in Windows 10, but we've mostly stayed with the default settings in our PC. Have you changed anything with your display settings? Let us know in the comments!

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  5. To go to the Accessibility settings on your computer, press the Windows logo key+U or select Start > Settings > Accessibility. Select Text size. Drag the Text size slider to the right to increase the size of the sample text. Once you're happy with the text size, select Apply. Windows scales up the size of all text.

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  7. To change your display in Windows, select Start > Settings > Accessibility > Text size. To make only the text on your screen larger, adjust the slider next to Text size. To make everything larger, including images and apps, select Display , and then choose an option from the drop-down menu next to Scale. To zoom in or zoom out on parts of your ...