Tired of looking at the same default fonts on your web browser? The good news is that it isn’t too hard to change fonts on Firefox, Chrome, IE or any other browser; a few tweaks to the settings page of your respective web browsers is all you need to do to start reading stuff in a far more interesting and enjoyable format than before. If you feel like experimenting with your browser’s font looks, here’s what you need to do.
To Change Fonts on Firefox
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If Firefox is your browser of choice, here’s how to change the fonts from its default Times New Roman look:
1. Open Firefox and click the menu button at the top right corner of the screen.
2. In the Options dialog box, select the Content tab.
3. From the Fonts & Colors dropdown list, select the desired font, font color, and size and click OK.
To Change Fonts on Chrome
To change fonts in Google Chrome:
1. Open the Chrome browser, click the Open and customize Google button at the far right of the screen (the icon with the 3 parallel bars) and select Settings.
2. Scroll down and select Show advanced settings…
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3. Scroll further down and in the Web Content section, click Customize fonts.
4. In the Fonts and encoding screen, select the font and size of your choice.
To Change Fonts on Internet Explorer
To change fonts in Internet Explorer:
1. Open IE and click the Cog icon at the top right corner of the screen and select Internet options.
2. In the Internet Options dialog box, in the Appearance section, click Fonts.
3. In the Fonts dialog box, select the fonts you desire.
Although changing the fonts may affect the appearance of some websites, it is certainly a fun way of trying something new on your browser. Do give them a try and tell us if there was any font in particular that you enjoyed using.