Changing the text size of the Safari browser on Mac OS will help them fit many types of screens when connecting an extended screen with a Macbook, iMac, Mac Mini computer, etc.
On Apple MacOS computers, the system always comes with a default font size, and they don’t fit all. For those using a built-in monitor, it’s the right size, but if you’re using a larger screen, it’s very small. To solve this problem, you will have to change the font size of each software to suit your needs. The Safari browser will make you always read a lot of content through Web pages and this will be the first software you need to change the font size if you want to use it for a long time. In this article, Software Tips will guide you how to change the size and font size of Safari browser on MacOS.
Step 1: Please open the Safari browser on your MacOS computer to use. For setting the font size, you choose Safari => Preferences… (shortcut: Command + “,”)
Step 2: Window General appears with a lot of different settings but to set the font size you just need to select Advanced.
Step 3: By default on MacOS computers, the system will set the font size to 09, which is the right size for computers with 12-16 inch screens. For larger screens, this is not a good choice, they will be small and difficult to read.
To change the font size, you will have to check the box Never use font size smaller than.
Step 4: Next, you will see a window that resizes the text based on the number and you just need to resize it to fit. When changing the font size, they will be applied immediately, you can monitor the font size on the screen to adjust accordingly.
Step 5: After changing the text size, you will see that the entire text content on the Safari screen is changed accordingly. Depending on the screen size, you will have to adjust the font size accordingly. Typically, the appropriate font size will range from 12-15.
In this article, Software Tips showed you how to change the text size on MacOS’s Safari browser. Have a nice day!