As most of my webpages have
fonts set at "default", it means you can set your browsers default setting
to whatever you fancy [ changed at your whim. ] This will give you a very
diverse page viewing experience.
The usual Windows default
setting is "Times Roman". However I
recommend "Georgio" or "Book Antiqua" as an experiment, and then go to
the free fonts sites linked-to at the bottom of this page and have fun.
To setup your Internet Explorer
Browser for a different viewing experience, right click the desktop browser
icon and find the Fonts button [at the bottom ]... Select it and adjust the
webpage font to any font in your fonts folder. You might like a conservative
font or a very arty one. It may make a lot of the websites you visit rather
Click "OK" and the
settings box will close. Return to the browser.
Now if necessary adjust the
Browsers font size
view even further by doing the following.......
Go up the top to the browsers
linkbar and select View, then down to Text Size. There is smallest, smaller,
medium, large and larger on Internet Explorer... Select whichever
adjustment choice makes my webpages look balanced.
However I recommend:- Medium.
Combined with a well chosen
windows desktop theme, you can achieve quite a marvelous range of computer
interfacing experience with so few moves.
I also recommend
Windows Blinds to
upgrade your desktop experience... and using backgrounds from
I must pass it on that I
had a lot of trouble when I tried to uninstall Windows Blinds a couple of
years ago. It can stay installed and unused if you don't fancy it.
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