Browser customizations take various forms – from themes to using different startpages. When it comes to Google Chrome , there is another small tweak you can apply to make it more personal. You can customize Google Chrome with a user defined font that you find gives you better visual clarity and readability.
Here are the steps.
Step 1. Click on the wrench icon (Customize & Control Google Chrome) next to the address bar. Click Settings on the drop-down menu that appears. This opens the settings window.
Step 2. Scroll down the page and click on Show advanced settings…
Step 3. Now, go to Web Content and click on the Customize fonts… button.
Step 4. Change the defaults Chrome uses from this list. You can also tweak the size and set the minimum font size which Chrome can use for the various fonts used by using the sliders. Click on OK and exit.
Firefox also has similar options, and it also allows you to change the font color from the defaults so you can suit it to your preferences. Read more on Firefox support pages.
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