Windows and some programs allow you to change the screen size of your PC. For browsers, simply pressing the "Ctrl" and plus (+) or minus (-) shortcut keys will zoom in or out of the page. It is ideal for people with vision problems, but can disrupt users if set up by mistake.
In the following tutorial, check out how to zoom out on Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge browsers. If the problem is with the system as a whole affecting the windows of other applications, learn how to adjust the scaling and resolution settings in Windows 10.
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Tutorial teaches you how to shrink your PC screen and zoom out of web pages Photo: Pond5
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Open the browser on your PC and press the dots icon in the upper right corner of the screen. In the following menu, simply select the minus symbol until the page zoom changes to "100%". If you prefer, you can use the shortcut "Ctrl 0" to reset the zoom to the default setting.
Adjusting page zoom in Chrome Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
Access browser options from the hamburger menu in the upper right corner. Then press "-" until the page zoom normalizes to "100%". You can use the keyboard shortcut "Ctrl 0" to perform this action.
Adjusting page zoom in Firefox Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Access the browser menu and tick the "-" symbol until the page zoom changes to "100%". If you prefer, you can use the shortcut "Ctrl 0".
Adjusting the page's zoom in Edge Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
Step 1. Open Windows 10 Settings and press the "System" option;
Access Windows 10 Settings Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. In the left sidebar of the window, open "Video". On the right, make sure that the screen scale is "100%" and the monitor resolution is the system recommended option.
Setting PC scale and resolution Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
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