Change font size of window titles in Windows 8

Wednesday, December 26, 2012 posted by CSch

One of Windows 8′s specialties on the desktop seems to be the disproportion of size of elements (hilariously large tiles, small text…) – so if you find yourself in need of enlarging the font size of window titles on the desktop, here is how to:

- Right-click the desktop and select Personalize.
- On the lower left corner of the appearing window, click Display.

display

Under Change only the text size you can choose elements of text that you want to change the size of – select Title bars here and choose a size from the next drop-down menu.

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4 Responses to “Change font size of window titles in Windows 8”

  1. john says:

    hi. please say me the default vauess of Icons, Menus, Title Bars, Message Boxes and Tooltips. i have changed them and can not remember what are the true (default values)

  2. aaron says:

    I would also like to know the default settings PLEASE and THANK YOU

  3. paul says:

    Title bars and palette titles are 11, everything else is 9.

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