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Thread: Changing Windows 7 font size without changing DPI

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    Question Changing Windows 7 font size without changing DPI

    Hi folks, I've been searching the web for a solution to the title but couldn't find one so I decided to run it by you.

    Is there any way to make Windows 7 fonts larger without effecting the DPI settings which makes things look a bit blurry and fuzzy? Windows XP has simple and easy solution which works very well but that doesn't seem to exist in Windows 7 or does it? Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance,
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    Default Re: Changing Windows 7 font size without changing DPI

    I always hold ctrl and scroll the wheel on my mouse to make things bigger

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