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Windows 7: How to make text fit in 1680x1050 on browsers?

27 Nov 2014   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
How to make text fit in 1680x1050 on browsers?

I have an HP EliteBook Laptop 8530p, and its recommended screen resolution is 1680x1050, everything fits perfectly when talking about each program besides using browsers. When using Mozilla or Chrome at normal zoom mode 100%, the text is so small, like in the screenshot below:

How to make text fit in 1680x1050 on browsers?-too-2bsmall.png

I have tried changing the text size on the screen resolution options, but it is default in 125%, if I make a custom size like 126% it looks pretty nice, but there are some shakes while scrolling on the browser, is there any other way to make it fit. I also use Windows 7 Home Premium.

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27 Nov 2014   #2

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
If you wish to post screen shots Please use the forums Upload attachment feature instead of a file hosting site,
Beside the one you pasted looks fine :/
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 How to make text fit in 1680x1050 on browsers?

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