Windows 10 runs on laptops, desktops, tablets, and even phones—but even though the operating system should scale accordingly, fonts and icons aren’t always perfectly sized for every screen. Luckily, though, there’s a handy new menu for adjusting the size of your screen’s contents, which you can use to make everything bigger or smaller to match your preferences.

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Step 1: Open Display Settings

If you’d like to adjust the size and scale of fonts and icons on your screen, you just need to access the right menu. To begin, press the… more


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