Make web­sites even eas­ier to read with these tips and tricks

Your guide Matt Han­son says… “Mak­ing web­sites eas­ier to read is easy in Win­dows. And we’re go­ing to show you how right here…”

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Do you some­times strug­gle to read text, or com­fort­ably view pho­tos, on web­sites? Per­haps the text size is too small, or the colour com­bi­na­tions makes it dif­fi­cult to read text on busy back­grounds. The good news is that there are a num­ber of things you can do to make web­sites eas­ier to read, so if you feel your­self strug­gling, fol­low these tips to make your in­ter­net brows­ing experience much more en­joy­able. Al­most all of these fea­tures are built di­rectly into the Mi­crosoft Edge in­ter­net browser – as well as other browsers such as Fire­fox and Chome. This means, no mat­ter what your web browser of choice is, you’ll find these tips should work.

Win­dows 10 also in­cludes a range of fea­tures that can help make sites more read­able, in­clud­ing a built-in Mag­ni­fier. You can also use Set­tings to change the de­fault font size across the OS – handy for apps and menus.

Find on page Press [Ctrl] + [F] to bring up the ‘Find on Page’ search box. Then type in the word or phrase that you are look­ing for. Find on page Type a word or phrase in the ‘Find on Page’ search box, and any matches will be high­lighted on the page like this. Mag­ni­fier Use Win­dows 10’s Mag­ni­fier tool to en­large parts of the screen. You’ll find it un­der Set­tings > ‘Ease of Ac­cess.’

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