3 replies, 2 voices Last updated by TeamKomando:John 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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    • #45179

      Grandma38401
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      @Grandma38401

      I have had cataract surgery and my vision is extremely GOOD now.
      But I still have difficulty reading Windows default font sizes as in File Explorer.
      I use a laptop with screen extended onto a 32″ Asus monitor with resolution of 1920 x 1080 (recommended).
      I have moved “Scale and layout” up to 150 with no results.
      I have gone into “Ease of Access / Display” settings and used the “make text bigger” slider, but it does not affect File Explorer.
      I know Kim has vision issues, so hoping you can help me with this!!!!

    • #45181

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello Grandma38401,

      You can try using Winaero Tweaker, which is a 3rd party application that gives you the ability to customize the font size for icons which will reflect the font size in Windows Explorer.

      I have used this and similar applications in the past to help with visually impaired users, let us know how it goes.

      Please keep in mind you will need to sign out of your user profile and log back in or simply reboot your computer after making the changes for them to reflect.

    • #45183

      Grandma38401
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      @Grandma38401

      Thanks so much!! Logging out and back in made changes show up. But I will also keep the other program in mind!

    • #45188

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Awesome! that is great news, thanks for coming back with an update.

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