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Features to make using your Windows devices easier

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You can make your Windows devices easier to use - Computer, laptop or tablet

Find information and tips for using the accessibility features available in Windows products. There are features to meet your specific needs - Vision, Hearing, Speech, Mobility, Learning, Age-Related.

  • Most Ease of Access options are available in Settings
    Select the Start Start symbol button, then select Settings > Ease of Access
    or hold down the Windows logo key on the keyboard (bottom left section) and tap the u key (Win+u)

OR click the links below to find further information: