You can switch user accounts in Windows without signing out of the current account. You can easily jump back and forth between multiple accounts without closing applications or losing your work. This video shows how to enable and use this user switching feature.
- [Instructor] You can change the color and contrast of objects on the screen to make them easier to read. Go to Settings, to the Ease of Access category, then to Color Filters and turn color filters on. Then choose which filter you want. Inverted reverses all colors like a camera negative. Grayscale changes everything to black and white. These filters can make text easier to read with certain color combinations. If you have one of the three most common forms of color blindness, you can choose a filter to help with that. Or you can turn off the color filters, go to High contrast and turn high contrast on. This makes text and interface elements stand out so they're easier to see. Experiment with the different high contrast themes from this menu.
- Using multiple workspaces
- Increasing contrast and inverting colors
- Modifying the taskbar
- Managing files
- Removing preloaded apps and tiles
- Disabling notifications for specific apps
- Drawing a route in Maps
- Adjusting system settings
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Interface Tips
2. Modify the Taskbar
Hide the taskbar33s
3. File Management Tips
Zip and unzip files1m 23s
4. Working with Apps
5. System Settings
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