If the font size is fine, but for some reason it is difficult to read, you may need to adjust your system’s font rendering settings. Windows 10 uses a technology called ClearType, so fonts look different on Windows and Mac or Linux, but they look best when specially tuned for your monitor. Adjust ClearType settings Open the start menu, search for cleartype, and find the result[ClearTypeテキストの調整]Choose. This will launch the ClearType Text Tuner. Make sure ClearType is turned on. Fortunately, ClearType Text Tuner is a simple wizard that walks you through each step. All you have to do is look at all the options, choose the one that looks best to you, and rinse and repeat until you reach the end. In most cases, this will be a sufficiently satisfying text. Using MacType If you’ve used a Mac or Linux before, you know that for some reason the text looks different on these operating systems. This is because we are not using ClearType.