In addition to screen resolution and screen scaling, you can also set text scaling to change the size of text globally in the Windows interface elements, making text objects easier to read without changing the size of buttons and other interface elements. This video shows how to change text scaling in Windows.
- [Instructor] You can change the size of text … in the Windows interface to make it easier to read. … Go to Settings, … to the System category, to Display. … Changing your display resolution affects the sharpness … and quality of your screen, … but can make the interface smaller. … The scale percentage can help you adjust this, … but it changes the size of all interface elements … at the same time. … If you need to change the size of text … without changing anything else, … neither of these give you the control that you need. … Instead, go to Settings, to the Ease of Access category, … then to Display here. … Adjust this slider to make text bigger. … Then click Apply. … Text in the Windows interface is now bigger … without affecting the size of buttons, menus, … or other interface elements. … …
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