Note: Most websites now tell the browser which fonts to use to display text and these fonts will take precedence over your choices.
This section gives you step by step instructions on how to change the fonts in the Google Chrome web browser in macOS 12 Monterey, with pictures of the screens to help.
1. Click the Menu button in the top-right corner of the browser window, then select Settings in the menu.
2. On the Settings page, click Appearance in the sidebar then click Customise fonts on the right.
3. In the Customise fonts screen you can change the fonts used for the Standard, Serif, Sans-serif, and Fixed-width font styles. If a website hasn't indicated which fonts to use, or the chosen fonts are not available on your device, the browser will use the fonts you choose here instead. Use the four drop-down menus to select your chosen font for each.
4. To make your substitute fonts easier to read, you can also change the Font size and Minimum font size using the sliders. This may affect the layout of some web pages, however.