Ease of Access in Windows 10


In this tutorial, we will discuss the ease of access features in Windows 10

As shown above, in the picture ease of access is divided into multiple tabs. We will go through   each of them:

1-  Narrator: Is a screen reader  work  that is pretty much the same like text-to-speech engine. Here we can    find    options to  enable / disable Narrator and also controlling if Narrator  starts up automatically  with startup app. Here also we can find the option to control the speed The Voice and choose between the available voices which by default “Microsoft David Desktop ”

narrator

2- Magnifier: Here we can enable / disabled Microsoft magnifier feature which allows you to magnify specific portions of windows in order to make text more readable to help people with special abilities read easily.

magnifier

3- High contrast: Here we can choose from four different types of theme color that will help users with disabilities with sight problems.

high-contrast

4- Closed Caption: Here we can find variety of options for example caption color comma caption transparency comma caption, caption effect and all of these options are meant to help disabilities get better user experience.

closed-caption

5- On-screen keyboard: An on-screen keyboard feature is simply floating keyboard on your screen. It helps you type in characters using your mouse rather than keyboard for more help assisting people that have disabilities using keyboard.

on-screen-keyboard

6- Mouse: Here we can change size, color, and key.  A mouse pointer also has a built-in option to use numeric keyboard to move around the screen, modifying these options makes the mouse pointer more visible and noticeable on the screen.

mouse

7- Visual options: New feature that have the option of playing animations in Windows

visual-options

All the above has great impact helping users with disabilities to improve their experience of using computers.