All browsers come with balanced fonts, readable and easy on the eyes. However, there are times when you just get tired of watching same font style or maybe the font size is not big enough for you. Some people have weak eyesight so they need to make the fonts bigger to be able to read comfortably.

For all these reasons, all browsers come with the option of changing fonts, both size and type. If you are having issues with the fonts you can easily change them from your browser’s settings. Although the process for reaching these settings is not same for every browser. You need to know how you can change fonts on your particular browser and we are here to help.

In all browsers, changing font settings is quite easy, all you have to care about is figuring out which setting will work best for you and leave the rest to us. We will cover all major browsers and hopefully you will find your browser in them too.

Tip: If you are only looking for making fonts bigger or smaller to see them better (can be quite handy for reading small wordings), then you can also use your mouse to zoom in or zoom out. All you have to do is press “Ctrl” key and move Mouse wheel to zoom in or wheel down to zoom out (of course, if you have a mouse with a Wheel). If you don’t have a mouse with a wheel, then you can also press “Ctrl” key and use “+” (Plus) and “–“ (minus) keys to zoom in or out. Furthermore, if you like to get back to default zoom then just press Ctrl+0 to reset to default zoom.

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Change Browser font in Chrome

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Open Chrome and click on the Menu (it’s the three horizontal lines), from there click on Settings.

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Scroll down and you will option of “Show advance settings…” in blue color, click on it.

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Scroll down a bit and you will see the option of Customize fonts under the heading “Web content”. Just click on it and make all tweaks you would like to make and click on “Done” to save changes.

Change Browser font in Firefox

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Open Firefox and click on the Menu at the top right corner (it’s the three horizontal lines as well). There click on “Options”, it will have a gear icon on it.

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In the next window, you will see many tabs on the top, click on “Content”. There you can change the size and type of font, you can also change color of the fonts too. You can also click on “advanced” to access options that will give you more control over fonts.

Change Browser font in Opera

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Open opera and click on the menu at the top left corner of the screen (It will have “Opera” written on it). There click on Settings.

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In Settings, you will see the option of “Websites” on the left side of the screen. Click on it and you will see all the Website options.

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There you will see the option of “Customize fonts…” under the heading “Display”.

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Click on it and you will see all the font options similar to Chrome and make all changes you want. When you are done making changes just, click on “Done” to save changes.

Change Browser font in Internet Explorer

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Open Microsoft Internet Explorer and click on ‘Tools” at the top right corner of the screen. Click on “internet options” located at the end of the drop down menu.

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From the next window click on “Fonts” under the tab “General”.

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In “Fonts” you change the type of the fonts used, but the size cannot be changed. Although, the manual option of pressing Ctrl and using the Mouse wheel will still work here, in order to zoom in or out.

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You can also click on “Accessibility” under the heading “General” to access more font options.

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