System Font Size Changer

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System Font Size Changer

#1 Post by Ennovy » Sat Jun 03, 2017 11:10 am

System Font Size Changer is a text display repair tool. It enables to change the font sizes used by the system. The program was created as a consequence of the fact that Microsoft has removed this option in the Windows 10 Creators Update version.
It is a fundamental problem of Windows operating systems that the default font sizes used by the system are quite small when using a high resolution display setting, thus making reading difficult. In previous Windows versions there was a customization option for this.
Another issue with the Windows 10 Creators Update is that in upgrade installation mode the previously set font sizes return to default, that is, to small size. Thus the problem of system font size is inevitable if someone is installing the new Windows or upgrading to it.
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Please make a backup of the original settings at first start. Settings are saved in a .reg file and can be easily restored.

Website: https://www.wintools.info/index.php/sys ... ze-changer
Download Version: 1.0.0.19 | Date: 2017-05-24: https://www.wintools.info/Download/changesize.exe
Some screenshots: https://www.wintools.info/index.php/sys ... t-settings

Changes are effective after logout/login. Change 1 item at a time and press Apply button.

Dependencies: .NET Framework

Advantages of System Font Size Changer:

*Enables the setting of system font sizes in the Windows 10 Creators Update operating system
*Creates backup when first started
*Six system font sizes can be set (Title bar, Menu, Message box, Palette title, Icon, Tooltip)
*Settings can be exported
*Doesn’t require installation
*Black and white theme
*Free to use
*It supports Windows 7/8/10 operating systems

Advanced version: https://www.wintools.info/index.php/adv ... nt-changer

Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Syst ... nger.shtml
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Syst ... nger.shtml
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