Windows 10 Accessibility: What to expect in the year ahead – Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog


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New Ease of Access Settings As we have been improving and adding accessibility features to Windows, we recognized the opportunity to make our Ease of Access Settings easier to discover, learn and use. Easier to Discover: We brought a lot of accessibility settings across Windows directly into Ease of Access, grouping features by ability (vision, hearing and interaction) and listing the most frequently used first. Customers can easily find the settings they care about, especially because anyone can now ask Cortana to find a setting and activate it. Some of the new settings to Ease of Access Settings include the following: The ability to “make everything bigger” or “make everything brighter” on a new Display page in the Vision group An audio page in the Hearing group Speech and eye control page in the Interaction group
Ease of Access Center Window

Ease of Access Center Window

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