Changing fonts to suit your display and environment
I have my Acer R7 laptop connected to my big screen TV and use a USB keyboard and mouse comfortably from my recliner. The normal fonts used by Windows, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome appear too washed out in my well lit room. Even on the laptop screen, they do not suit my needs. Many people do not realize it is possible to use the fonts of your choice in both Windows and browsers.
Windows fonts are changed in the System/Display portion of the Control Panel. These changes will apply to File Explorer, task bars, pull down menus, icon, buttons, etc.
Web browser font changes apply to the content in web pages you visit. Internet Explorer fonts are changed in the Settings/Internet Options/Accessibility section of IE. In the Google Chrome browser add the Font Changer extension to make the fonts of your choice available on any website.
You will be amazed how much your browsing experience is improved and how flexible the font changes are. My main interest was to get a denser font that is much more readable in a well lit room. Your's might be to get a more artistically pleasing browsing experience.