Several members have asked for a change in font size. I understand this need, as I am over fifty, and my arms are too short to read small text.
There are two ways to make letters bigger. One is to change your screen resolution, the number of pixels that display. That will be covered in another post.This post will show how to resize all the letters on your screen without changing your screen resolution.
For many people, just click anywhere on the screen, then, while holding down the <ctrl> key at the lower left or right corner of your keyboard, scroll the wheel on your mouse forward or backward. One direction will make all the letters bigger, the other direction will make stuff smaller.
If that does not work, you will need to open a few utility windows. The exact steps depend on the version of Windows you are using. If you are using a Mac, good luck: I have no Mac experience. In most versions of Windows:
Right-click on a blank area of your Windows desktop (in other words, not on an icon) and select Properties from the context menu that appears. Or go to Control Panel, Display.
In the Display Properties screen, click on the tab that says Settings. Look at the Font Size box in the lower half of the screen. [You may also need to click an "Advanced" button] By default, Windows is set to Small Fonts, which use 96 pixels per inch to draw themselves. If your fonts generally look too small to you, change it to Large Fonts, which use 120 pixels per inch to display. Large Fonts are at 125% of the normal font size. You may have to restart Windows for the change to take effect.
If this doe not work, post your Windows version and Browser name and version on this threadand I will find specific instructions for your setup.