New Windows laptops often have a very high screen resolution (e.g. 3840 x 2160 pixels) and a relatively small screen size (e.g. 13 or 14 inches). For this reason, items under native display will appear very small, sometimes even impossible to read.
Windows uses a trick: Open "Control panel", then click "Appearance and Personalization" and "Display". You can now change the size of items. Only use the recommended display settings. Do not "set a custom scaling level", which is explicitly not recommended by Microsoft.