Microsoft is committed to creating an inclusive computing environment for all. This commitment is reflected in the host of accessibility features built into Windows, designed to make computing more user-friendly, regardless of one's abilities. This guide will explore some of these features, and how to use them:
Navigate to the 'Settings' panel by clicking the Start button and selecting the 'Settings' gear icon. Once you're in 'Settings,' look for 'Ease of Access.' This is your hub for all of Windows' accessibility features.
Inside 'Ease of Access,' you'll find different sections catering to various needs:
Each section provides a wealth of options, each serving a unique purpose.
For each feature, you'll find a description and a set of adjustable parameters. Click on a feature to learn more about it, and adjust settings as per your needs. Most of these adjustments are applied in real-time, so you can immediately see how they affect your experience.
Remember, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Microsoft's accessibility features are vast and varied, so we encourage you to explore more and find the right fit for your needs!