Sometimes, you may have trouble seeing items on your screen. With end number of accessibility features offered by the Windows, you can easily adjust the setting to make text and images on the screen appear larger, improve the contrast between items on the screen, and hear on-screen text read aloud.
Now, let us come to your query- how to make the focus rectangle thicker in Windows Vista? Focus rectangle is also one such accessibility feature that is highly used by users to make the computer easier to see. This feature is used to make the rectangle around the currently selected item in dialog boxes thicker.
Though there is no restriction on the thickness of the focus rectangle, but the thickness should be visible and should not be so thick that it obstructs the content.
Now, how to make the focus rectangle thicker? See the following steps to know how you can go about the process:
- Click “Start” and select “Control Panel”.
- Click ‘Ease of Access’ and then click ‘Ease of Access Center’.
- Click “Make the computer easier to see”.
- Select the checkbox next to “Make the focus rectangle thicker”. This option makes the rectangle around the currently selected item in dialog boxes thicker, which makes it easier to see.
- Click “Save”.
This is how you can resolve your query. Just follow the above-mentioned steps and know how to make the focus rectangle thicker to make the content easier to see.