If you can access the text, you can copy and paste it into a text editor and upsize it as you wish.
You can temporarily reduce the resolution of your monitor.
From the Windows menu, choose "Settings", the "gear" picture.
and type "Display Settings" in the search, and choose a lower resolution.
A good resolution to try is 1024x768, which used to be a popular video card resolution.
You can use a technology built into windows.
(you may want to turn your volume off, or mute the sound first).
In the Control Panel (Large Icons view), run "Ease of Access Center"
Under the second section, "Explore all settings"
Click on "Make the computer easier to see"
There are many strategies you can use to do this.
The magnifying glass tool should pop up.
Mine defaulted to increments of 100%, and I wanted finer control,
so if you want to do that, click on Options...
...and change the increment to what you like -- I like 10%.
- In the Ease of Access Center, if you click on "Change the size of text and icons"
Then "Display" comes up and under "Scale and layout" you can "Change the size of text, apps, and other items" to 125% or 150%.
Your mileage may vary with this option, though, because Microsoft recommends 100%, and different applications seem to respond to this setting in different ways. I would lean more towards reducing your display resolution than choosing this option. But it's here, and another thing you can try.