Change Reading Font Size in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10
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First, access Microsoft Edge. In our case, it is pinned to the taskbar. We will click the icon and wait for it to load.
Move the mouse cursor to the upper-right corner of the screen and click "More actions". The icon looks like a horizontal line made up of three dots.
Scroll down and find the "Reading" section.
Click on the dropdown menu beneath "Reading view style". Ours is currently set to "Default".
Click one of the options. We can choose "Light", "Medium", or "Dark". For this demonstration, we will leave it on "Default".
Click on the dropdown menu beneath "Reading view font size".
Click an option. Ours is set to "Medium". We can set it to "Small", "Medium", "Large", or "Extra Large". Set everything according to preference. For this demonstration, we will leave it on "Medium". When we go to the reading section of the browser, the text will be set according to this.
Click off the "SETTINGS" menu to close it.
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Ways to increase the size of the text on Windows 10?
I have been trying to increase size of text on Windows 10. Followed instructions, nothing happens. I have done what control panel says. I have used the three dots in the upper right corner and increase size. But the text still stays really tiny.
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