It's great to be able to set appropriate scaling for different size monitors and have it work. Learn to change your PC's font, change the size of menus and icons in Windows 10 by accessing the display properties menu to adjust the computer settings from the pose. You can also just change the text size for certain items without affecting anything else.
Step 1: Right-click on desktop and select Display setting.
Step 2: Use the slider to change the size of text, app, and other items. It might be set to 150% by default. Dragging the slider to adjust the size of text, apps, and other items.
Choose one of the following:
Step 3: Tap or click the Apply button. A window pops up to let you know that signing out of Windows and signing back in is recommended.
Tips: You can use the built-in Magnifier to temporarily enlarge part of your screen. You can quickly open it by pressing Win + the Plus sign(+) to zoom in and Win + Minus sign(-) to zoom out. Use Win + Esc to exit the magnifier.
If you don't want to change the size of everything on desktop, it's possible to just change the text size for these specific items:
4. Select the item you want to change in the drop-down list and choose the text size. You also check the box to make it bold.
Since upgraded to Windows 10, many people confront to the problem of text and fonts unsuitable with display screen, I hope this monitors resolution may help you a lot. Last but not least, it's great that we have these options available to change the size of text, apps, and other items in Windows 10, but we've mostly stayed with the default settings in our PC.