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Whether you are on macOS, iOS, Android or Windows, the one web browser that most of you would be using is “Chrome.” What makes this web browser a top pick is the availability of a number of customization options. For instance, you can change font, page, images, video sizes and zoom in/out on any web pages in Chrome on your Mac, Linux and Windows PC with ease to bolster your viewing or reading experience.

As a user, I really appreciate this functionality to personalize web pages. Even better, you can also set your favorite font and page sizes for all the websites you visit. Let me show you how it works:

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How to Change Font, Page Sizes and Zoom In/Out in Chrome on Mac or Windows PC

How to Quickly Zoom In or Zoom Out on Webpages in Chrome

Step #1. Launch Chrome on your computer.

Step #2. Click More button at the top right corner.

Click on More Button in Chrome BrowserNext to “Zoom,” select the zoom options:

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  • To make everything larger: Click on zoom in “+” button.
  • To make everything smaller: Click Zoom out (-) button.

Zoom In or Zoom Out on Webpages in Chrome

  • To use full-screen mode: Click the Full-screen button (looks like the upward and downward arrow).

Use Full-screen in Chrome on Mac or Windows PC

Like using keyboard shortcuts? You can comfortably zoom in, zoom out or go to the full-screen mode using keyboard shortcuts a bit easier.

To Zoom-in:

  • Mac: Press  and +.
  • Windows and Linux: Press Ctrl and +
  • Chrome OS: Press Ctrl and +

To Zoom-out:

  • Mac: Press  and –
  • Windows and Linux: Press Ctrl and –
  • Chrome OS: Press Ctrl and –

To Use full-screen mode:

  • Windows and Linux: Press F11.
  • Mac: Press  + Ctrl + f.
  • Chrome OS: Press the full-screen key at the top of the keyboard. It's named F4.

How to Set Page Size for all Webpages in Chrome on Your Mac or Windows PC

You can change the page size for all the web pages you visit on your computer. It would help you streamline your viewing experience. Keep in mind that some websites might not let the web browser change the size of videos or images.

Step #1. Open Chrome on your computer and click on More and select Settings.

Click on Settings in Chrome on Mac or Windows PC

Step #2. Under “Appearance,” select your preferred option.

Google Chrome Appearance Options

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Step #3. Click the Down arrow next to Page zoom and select the desired zoom option.

Adjust Page Zoom Level for Webpages in Chrome

Set Page Level Zoom for Webpages in Chrome

How to Customize Font Size for all Web pages in Chrome on Computer

Google's web browser offers several options to let you customize font size for webpages.

Step #1. Open Chrome on your computer → Click on More button → Click on Settings.

Click on Settings in Chrome on Mac or Windows PC

Step #2. Then, head over to Appearance section.

Google Chrome Appearance Options

Step #3. Change font size: Next to “Font size,” you need to click the Down arrow and choose the font size you want.

Set the Font Size in Chrome on Mac or Windows PCChange the Font Size in Chrome on Mac or Windows PC

If you wish to have more customization options, click on Customize fonts and then adjust the font size as per your need. Any changes you make will come into effect immediately.

That's it!

Wrap up:

Chrome remains ahead of its competitors due largely to its reliable functionality and a number of user-friendly features. What’s your take on it? What are the things you like most about this web browser? Shoot it in the comments below.

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