A common problem with Linux distributions, is that on small computers or netbooks they don’t quite see things the way they should be seen, I explain, it’s common that when opening programs or applications, the windows of these, do not adapt to the size of our screen, being largest of the account and not having access to all its functionalities.
With the following video I teach you how to fix this from the accessibility of system Ubuntu changing the default font size on the system.
With the steps I explain in the video, in addition to fixing the problem of open program windows, we will also fix the disproportionate measure of the menus of our system, so in this way everything will be in its right proportion.
In the same video I show you too, in how to create keyboard shortcuts for you to control the font size from where we are, this will be very useful for certain moments to put the font on a higher level.
We will achieve this from the configuration of Ubuntu in the Keyboard / Shortcuts option.
Following the steps in the video we will leave ours netbook fully optimized for the measurements of our screen, I have done it from a 10.1 “Asus and as you can see the result is excellent.
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