Change your default fonts in Chrome
Monday, December 5, 2011/
Sometimes you may need to change your default font in a browser, or you may just want to increase the default size. There’s an easy way to do it.
If you’re using Chrome, head to the Options setting by clicking on the wrench icon and clicking “options”. Then you’ll need to choose “under the hood”, and then “customise fonts”.
There, you’ll be able to choose and select your fonts for every setting, along with minimum font sizes and how you want each font in each category to appear.
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