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The Ease of Access Center provides a centralized location in the Control Panel where you can adjust accessibility settings and programs. You can also get recommendations for settings to make your PC easier to see, hear, and use.
The Center can be accessed by going to Start Menu → Control Panel → Ease of Access Center. It includes the following:
Magnifier: Magnifies the screen or a portion of the screen to make text, images, and objects easier to see.
On-Screen Keyboard: A visual, on-screen keyboard with all the standard keys that you can use instead of a physical keyboard. On-Screen Keyboard also lets you type and enter data with a mouse or other pointing device.
Narrator: Reads aloud on-screen text and describes some events (such as error messages appearing) that happen while you're using the computer.
Speech Recognition: Enables you to interact with your computer using only your voice while maintaining, or even increasing, your productivity.
Font Size: Lets you make text and objects larger and easier to see without losing graphics quality.
Personalization: You can add a personal touch to your computer by changing the computer's theme, color, sounds, desktop background, screen saver, font size, and user account picture. You can also select specific gadgets for your desktop.
Keyboard shortcuts: Keyboard combinations of two or more keys that, when pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can make it easier to interact with your computer, saving you time and effort.
Sticky Keys: Instead of having to press three keys at once (such as when you must press the CTRL, ALT, and DELETE keys simultaneously to log on to Windows), you can press one key at a time when Sticky Keys is turned on.
Mouse Keys: Instead of using the mouse, you can use the arrow keys on the numeric keypad to move the pointer.
Filter Keys: Ignore keystrokes that occur in rapid succession and keystrokes that are held down for several seconds unintentionally.
Visual Notifications: Replace system sounds with visual cues, such as a flash on the screen, so system alerts are announced with visual notifications instead of sounds.