How can i increase the size of the taskbar so i can see it?

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    SIDEBAR

    Remember when Trump mandated that Huawei was considered off limits? And so Google Android and Microsoft Windows were no longer allowed to play with Huawei? And then only weeks later, Microsoft said... umm... we don't want that to happen.

    Here's why -- YouTube

    I know Linux doesn't compare to Windows 10 in many ways. But Nubiewithatwist is asking for features this Chinese version of Linux absolutely DRIPS in. If Windows would like to steal Apple customers -- offering something like this isn't a maybe but a robust must.
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    How can i increase the size of the taskbar so i can see it?-002238.png
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    Edwin said:
    How can i increase the size of the taskbar so i can see it?-002238.png
    Does it have a control that governs File explorer fonts [for filenames within folders]? If so it could be just what the OP needs.

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    Try3 said:
    Does it have a control that governs File explorer fonts [for filenames within folders]? If so it could be just what the OP needs.

    Denis
    Yup.

    How can i increase the size of the taskbar so i can see it?-002240.png

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    Nubie,

    As you can see from Edwin's screenshots, the WinInfoTools Advanced System Font Changer does seem to cope with adjusting line spacing to suit increased font sizes.

    By the way, I have noticed one thing about your own screenshots. You have your File explorer set to View, List and it clearly copes badly with increased font sizes. Try this -
    click on the File explorer, View menu & click on Details instead.
    This copes much, much better with increased font sizes than the List view. It's not perfect but it is far better than the List view.

    You might be satisfied with how the Details view displays your filenames & other data. If not then give the WinInfoTools utility a whirl.

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    wintools


    Your wintool suggestion seems to offer a much greater degree of control. I've downloaded the tool and will work with it at first opportunity. Thanks a million guys!!!
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