I updated the monitor and graphics card yesterday. Since the new monitor is physically the same width but a higher resolution, things get smaller. That was adjustable.
What is most annoying, now, is that all possibility of Sound has gone away. Bluetooth used be an option; no longer, BT is non-functional, filling the journal with errors. Using Settings::Sound to select an alternate output is useless; it does not use what I select.
A gnome extension, Sound Input & Output Device Chooser, is broken in gnome v42.0 (yet another API change). The extension actually chose i/o devices as advertised. No longer as option.
Update: Once again an issue with USBv3 port recognition got past me; I had thought it had been resolved.
Sometimes most peripherals are not recognized at boot time if they are connected to a USBv3 hub. This is why I have mouse, keyboard and a couple of other peripherals attached to USBv2 hubs. Always finds devices on USBv2. Except Bluetooth.
What this means is that only built-in sound (motherboard) devices are actually available despite the recently re-recognized USB sound devices. The USB devices are enumerated only; no option to use them.