About the last few Microsoft has made great strides over the years Make Windows more accessible to a wider audience. Windows 11 includes one A dedicated accessibility section is designed to help Users customize the display and behavior of the operating system to suit their needs. This section is very helpful for users with visual impairments, hearing loss, or a physical disability—But these accessibility features can be used by anyone to enhance their Windows 11 experience. Here are a few worth highlighting.
make everything bigger
If you wear glasses or if you just don’t feel comfortable staring at a tiny one laptop screen all day, Try to build everything in Windows 11 greaterfrom text to user interface.
Go to settings > Accessibility > advertisement > scale and choose a setting between 100% and 200%. Especially when You are using a 4K display, 200% scaling mode will make everything nice and big, stick with it usable.
If you just want to increase the text size, you can do that settings > Accessibility > text size.
Enlarge everything quickly with the magnifying glass
The magnifying glass is an easily accessible zoom tool You can activate by pressing window and the plus keys together. When the magnifying glass function is activated, Press the plus Press again to zoom in on the screen, and the mouse to pan across the screen. With you can zoom further in or out plus and minus Keys (when pressing the Windows key). When you’re done, press the window + Escape button to disable the function.
Use night light to reduce blue light emission
Contrary to popular belief, blue light doesn’t necessarily stop you awake at nightand tThe best way to prevent light from interfering with your sleep is to stop using it screens at night. However, some find blue light limiters helpful from a comfort point of view. If you’re interested, try Windows 11 night light special feature. It can be accessed from the WiFi menu in the taskbar and instantly adds a warm filter the entire screen.
Make the mouse bigger or more multicoloured
You don’t have to live with the standard mouse pointer. Goh to settings > Accessibility > cursor to change his size and style. To change the color, click on the last option.
You can do the same for the text cursor, out settings > Accessibility > text cursor.
Use high-contrast motifs
Windows 11 has many transparent and translucent elements. If you’re having trouble discerning what a button is and what a link, try one of the highs of windows 11 contrasting themes. You can try a simple dessert theme in a Sepia tone with blue highlightsor the night sky theme, the is all black and highlights elements in a bright yellow. or press the “To edit‘ to customize your own theme.
Type with your voice
Speech to text has come a long way, as evidenced by Windows 11’s voice typing tool. Windows 11 uses Azure Speech Services to generate text for each language, including punctuation, so what you say should (hopefully) appear verbatim on the page.
Press the window + H keyboard shortcuts or the microphone icon next to the spacebar on the on-screen keyboard to get started. The voice input feature understands punctuation and special characters, so you can say something like “open single quote‘ and Windows begins with a double quote sentence for you. Read More details on the phrases and supported languages in this document.
Get automatic subtitles for everything
Windows 11 has automatic subtitles that work for all types of videos, TV shows, and movies. You can activate it at any time via window + control + L Key combination or you can go to settings > Accessibility > captions > live subtitles. You can also edit the label style from here.
After you press the key combination, Windows 11 will automatically start converting the spoken word to live text on the screen.
Let Windows be your narrator
windows 11 narrator function is pretty cool, allowed You too Complete basic tasks without the need for a mouse. It is developed for users who are blind or visually impaired, and how a screen reader that reads everything on the screen, including text, buttons, and links. YYou can use the keyboard to navigate and select things.
Start using window + control + Enter Key. To get to the Narrator settings, use the window + control + N keyboard shortcuts.