With Windows, you get several programs and settings that help in making your computer easier and more comfortable to use. Now, how Windows XP makes your computer easier to read?
A lot of us stare at a computer monitor for most of our day and reading long articles or books is rarely a comfortable experience. But, with Windows XP accessibility programs, all these activities on computer have converted into a much relaxed experience.
Accessibility programs on Windows XP that help in making computer easier to read are Magnifier, On-Screen Keyboard, and Speech recognition and touch technology. Magnifier includes a lens mode and full-screen mode while On-Screen Keyboard can be resized to make it easier to see. It also offers more ways to interact with our PCs by taking advantage of new strides in speech recognition and touch technology.
Let us see how these steps can help us make computer easier to read in Windows XP. Here’s how:
- Click the Start button, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Accessibility, and then click Accessibility Wizard.
- In the Welcome to Accessibility Wizard dialog box, click Next.
- In the Text Size dialog box, select the smallest text you can read, and then click Next.
- In the Display Settings dialog box, select the “Change the font size” check box. If you want to use Microsoft Magnifier, select the “Use Microsoft Magnifier” check box. Click Next.
- In the Set Wizard Options dialog box, select the “I am blind or have difficulty seeing things on screen” check box. Click Next and then follow the instructions appearing on your screen to complete the wizard.
- In the Completing the Accessibility Wizard dialog box, click “Finish” to save your changes and exit the wizard.
See, how conveniently, you can make your computer easier to read and use with accessibility programs on your Windows XP