This guide will show you how to change display scaling in Windows 10. Adjusting display scaling can change the size of text, apps, and other items within Windows 10.
Note: Some programs and features may not be compatible with larger sizes of scaling. Scaling can also not go below 100% and above 500% with the custom settings.
1. Right click on any open space on the Desktop, then from the menu select Display Settings.
2. Under Display, scroll down to Change the size of text, apps and other items. By default, this will be on the recommended 100% option. Click in the drop-down box for other larger options. It will automatically update the screen if a change is made.
3. Another option is to set a custom percentage above the available options specified by Windows. To adjust this, click on Custom scaling.
4. Here a custom scaling set can be picked between 100% and 500%, type the number into the box, then click Apply to save changes.