Guidance to Zoom In and Out the Browser of a Windows 8 Laptop

Most of the time, while opening pages you may find the content either too large or to small that can be uncomfortable for reading. To avoid or to prevent you from such pressure and to strain your eyes, you can use the zoom feature comprised in all major Web browsers. The default Web browser in Windows 8 is Internet Explorer 10, but the entire major browser requires the same steps including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari. To know the steps to modify the size of pages, you can find some instructions below and for more support you can contact at Windows 8 Help Number.

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Guidance to Zoom In and Out the Browser of a Windows 8 Laptop

How to Zooming In and Out?

All major browsers, like Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, support zooming. As a user of Windows 8 touch-screen laptops and hybrid tablets, you can easily zoom in by punching and zoom out by stretching. In order to pinch, you need to touch the screen with two fingers and move the fingers toward each other until and unless you achieve the desired level of zoom. On the other hand, to stretch, you are required to move your fingers away from each other. Despite this other major browsers also work with the same keyboard shortcuts to zoom in or out on a page. To zoom In, all you need to do is hold “Ctrl” and press “+” repeatedly together. To zoom Out, hold "Ctrl" and press "-" repeatedly. To reset the zoom level to the default setting, you are required to press "Ctrl-0."

For any query or help for Windows 8, you can easily contact experts of our customer service by dialing our toll-free Windows 8 Technical Support Number  (1-800-439-2178). Our team of experts and professionals is always available to deliver the best support to the customers of Windows 8.

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