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some fonts and windows to small

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#1 kewinh95


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Posted 19 August 2015 - 04:16 PM

hey I'm new to this forum. 


so i have recently been having a little bit of a problem on my pc running windows 7 pro 64 bit.


on every file i right click and click properties the fonts are crazy small and unreadable and the window is very small as well. supposing it is scaled down to fit the text. i have tried a bunch of stuff. like switching themes and changing dpi settings clear text settings and so on. but nothing seems to help. i can't provide images right now cus my brother is sleeping so i can't use the computer right now. but i think i will be able to upload some screenshots tomorrow. note that i have not made any changes on font or size on my own. i think it has done it by itself somehow 

the things i have noticed that has changed is the following:

disk cleanup dialog (where you choose which disk to clean) very small text and window

right clicking a file and clicking properties. the windows is super small with super small text size


google chrome has a different font than default.

the language button down in the right corner of the task bar has a different font and the text is very small.


any help would be much appreciated :)

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