How to Make Text of Apps and Other Items Bigger or Smaller in Windows 10?

All Updates on windows contain their advantage and disadvantage. Hence, high-resolution screens have their own advantages and disadvantages. You can see many times text on the screen or in the application very small and you face difficulty in reading it. In most cases, Windows 10 handles ‘high-DPI’ automatically and adjusts elements and text, so they’re normal in size.

But if you face an issue regardless of its resolution then you need to fix it.

In this risewindows article, we will guide you on how to Make the Text of Apps and Other Items Bigger or Smaller in Windows 10.

How to Make Text of Apps and Other Items Bigger or Smaller in Windows 10?

To Make Text of Apps and Other Items Bigger or Smaller in Windows 10, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, right-click on the desktop’s free space and select the Display settings option.

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Step 2. Then, Under the Scale and layout section, click on the drop-down Change the size of text, apps, and other items. Select the value in percentage.

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The changes are immediate, which means when you select any value, depending upon the selection, the text size will increase or decrease throughout Windows 10.

That’s it.

How to Adjust Text Size in Specific Apps on Windows 10?

The mentioned text resizing works throughout Windows. So, some older apps will ignore this setting, and you will still notice small text on that. But It’s good that Windows 10 users Update onwards lets you correct this easily.

To Adjust Text Size in Specific Apps on Windows 10, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, find the app’s shortcut icon on the desktop or create a new one. Right-click on the app shortcut icon and select the Properties option.

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Step 2. Then, Under the Properties dialog that appears, navigate to the Compatibility tab.

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Step 3. After that, click on the  Change high DPI settings button.

Step 4. Then, a new pop-up window will appear.

Step 5. Next, check the checkbox Override high DPI scaling behavior, and from the drop-down menu select the System option.

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Step 6. Then, click on the OK button.

Step 7. Click Apply on the next window.

Step8. At last, click on OK

That’s it.

Now launch that app; you should see that its interface is much larger.

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