You’ll find a host of features that can help more easily see, hear, and use Windows.
Do you have trouble seeing small fonts or using a mouse or keyboard? Maybe you have issues with your vision or perhaps you’re suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome or another problem that makes it difficult to type or control your mouse? Or perhaps you’d just like to make Windows easier to see and use.
Whatever the reason, you can take advantage of the Ease of Access options in any version of Windows from 7 to 10.
Through Ease of Access, you can do any or all of the following:
- Trigger a narrator to read your screen if you have trouble reading it yourself.
- Enable a magnifier to zoom into parts of the screen so you can better read text and see other elements.
- Change the contrast to more easily detect specific parts of the screen.
- Customize your keyboard and mouse so they’re easier to use.
And you’ll find other options to turn Windows into a friendlier and more accommodating environment.