If you want to change the fonts of the web browser, this post may provide how to edit. Expect to Adjust the Font of Display Screen, you can also change the size of text and font in the web browser that makes your PC have a good visual effect. That’s why we are going to teach you how to change the default font in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
In order to change the font in Google Chrome, you will need to access the Font and Language Settings, let's see the details.
Step 1: Setup Google Chrome, then click on three lines which is at the top right of the windows, and then click on Setting.
Step 2: On the Setting window, scroll down to the button and click Show advanced setting. Find out Web Content section, adjust the Font size and click on Customize fonts, then change the Page zoom depends on your preference.
Tips: Alternatively, you can just enter chrome://settings/fonts into your browser and hit Enter. Now you can change all your font settings.
Step 3: Change the fonts as needed and click Done then restart your browser.
If you are running Firefox as your main browser, you can edit the fonts in just a few simple steps.
Step 1: Launch the browser and click the three line button on the top right corner of your browser, then select Options.
Step 2: You will need to click on the Content tab and select your font from the list of be available fonts in the menu, you can also change the font size and colors.
Step 3: Whenever you tap on Advanced button, it’ll pop up with a Fonts edit window in which you can edit the following settings.
Tips: Make sure to leave the box checked for Allow pages to choose their own fonts or else a lot of the web will be broken. Many sites, including this one, use icons that are actually implemented as custom fonts.
If you are an IE user, you can also change the font settings of your browser in a few simple steps.
Step 1: In IE browser, click on the gear on the top right corner of your browser, then click on the Internet Options button.
Step 2: In the General section, select Fonts, then it’ll pop up a window that you can edit your web page and plain text fonts as desired.
Step 3: After editing completely, don’t forget to click OK and Apply button to save your edition content.
The instructions for Chrome and Firefox should work in any operating system. Obviously, Internet Explorer only runs on Windows, so these settings would only work there.