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Making Windows Easier to See

Updated: Nov 4

Windows 10 has lots of accessibility features that can make using it much easier on the eyes. Here I'll briefly describe two that my clients find most helpful. The first is the display scale. Go to Start > Settings > System > Display, then scroll down to the "Scale and layout" section. You'll see a drop-down option with various zoom scales from 100% on up. This simple setting will make virtually everything bigger - text, icons, videos, emails, etc. Be aware that setting this too high may mean some programs can no longer fit well on the screen. The second helpful feature is the ability to change colors. Go to Start > Settings > Personalization > Colors. I find using "Dark" mode makes it easier to read text. "I can see clearly now, the rain has gone..."



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