Windows 10 Settings also allows you to set up Ease of Access options on your computer, to improve accessibility.

Step 1
Open Settings, select Ease of Access and review the categories listed

Step 2
Select Magnifier to turn Magnifier on, invert colors and enable tracking (to have Magnifier follow the keyboard focus or the mouse cursor)














Step 3
Select Mouse to adjust the pointer size, change the pointer color or use the numeric keypad to move the mouse around the screen


Step 4
You can also manage use of the screen, keyboard and other options such as cursor thickness





Select Narrator to turn on the screen reader for text and controls, choose a voice, select sounds and manage keyboard and mouse actions.



To make the typing cursor easier to spot, select Other Options then drag the slider for Cursor thickness until it is the size you’d like.





Want to know more?

For the complete guide to Windows 10, all in the trusted In Easy Steps style, click here. Whether you’re upgrading to Windows 10 from a previous version or using it for the very first time, Windows 10 for Seniors in easy steps will guide you through the key features so you’ll be a pro in no time at all!