If you're specifically talking about INTERNET windows, that's not determined by Windows 7, but by your browser. That can be, for example, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari.
- Which one (including version) did you use on your old system?
- Which one (including version) do you use on your new system?
- How did you change the appearance of text size, font, scroll bar in that program? I've never seen the option to change the width of the scroll bar. And the text size and font normally is determined by the website and not changeable by the 'agent' (that means the browser), unless -maybe, I never used it - you used the accessibility options of your old system.
I have newly installed Windows 7.
In the older versions of Windows, I used to readily obtain a facility for customizing the appearance of text size, fonts, width of scroll bar, and so on for Internet windows.
How do I obtain a similar facility in Windows 7?