Make the Title Bars Bigger in Windows 8

Windows 8 provides many options to customize the setting of the desktop screen. But today we are talking about the Title Bars in Windows 8. In the Windows 8 all the title bars are size 11 by default. Title bars are the text that is displayed at the top of the window and it identifies the drive that will be opened. But sometimes the user does not like the small font of title bars because they can't read it easily and want to increase the font size. This article helps those people who just do not like the smaller font of titles. You can easily customize the font of the title bars displayed at the top of the window.

Today we are going to show you how you can increase the font size in the Title bar, so it can read easier and looks better.

Here are the steps to be followed:

By default the Title Bars in Windows 8 looks this:


Step 1: Right-click on the desktop and select the "Personalize" option from the menu:


Step 2:
The Personalize window is opened. Click on the "Display" link from the left side panel.


Step 3: From this window you can change the size of any or all items. There are 3 types of options available; smaller, medium and larger. Just select the option from the radio button list that you want.


Step 4: If you do want to change the size of everything on the desktop, then you can change the size of title bars you see "Change only text size".

Step 5: Select the Title bars from the combobox.

Step 6: Then, select the font size for the title bars from the drop down menu that you want to apply.


Step 7: You can also set the bold attribute for the title bar. Check the "Bold" checkbox.


Step 8: Once you have chosen an appropriate size, click the apply button.


Now, you will see that the Title Bars in Windows 8 is larger than before.


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