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…”
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.’