A new tool has arrived that lets you change the system font size on Windows 10 powered desktop, laptop and tablet. In this guide, we are going to show you how you can easily change Windows 10 system font size to your preferred setting.
Just like on the previous Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, you can change scaling and layout settings from Control Panel of Windows 10 OS. However, starting from the Creators Update, Microsoft revoked the ability to change font size for menus, title bar, palette titles, icons, tooltips, and message boxes. Display option have also been moved to the Settings app.
It might seems like Microsoft wants users to only change the system font sizes on Windows 10 through the scaling settings which also changes other related items size along with it, but sometimes you only want to adjust the size of the font.
System Font Size Changer is a useful application that allows you to make changes to the font size on devices running the Windows 10 Creators Update and later without having to go through the complicated Registry settings procedure.
Note: Although the application works as advertised, but its still a third-party tool that makes changes to the system settings. So use it at your own risk.
The System Font Size Changer app lets you change the font size for title bar, menus, message boxes, palette titles, icons, and tooltips.
Further, you don’t need to install it, simply double-click the changesize.exe file to open the tool, and select the item. Use the slider to set the font size to desired number and hit Apply button.
- System Font Size Changer: Download
If you want to return to the previous font size and settings, simply move the slider back to zero in the System Font Size Changer tool and restart your PC for changes to take effect.