How to change Font Size of Object Explorer in "SQL Server Management Studio"

Dear Team,
"SQL Server Management Studio" is a fantastic IDE for the database.
There are so many customization options available but one thing many users missing is that " How to change Font Size of Object Explorer?"
Can you please accumulate this feature in IDE ASAP?
Many Thanks,

Its there
Go to Tools -> Options
Then under Environment you've fonts and colors tab where you can specify a higher font size.
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