This course will give you a broad overview of the Accessibiliy and Ease of Access tools within Windows 10.
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- [Narrator] In this video, we are going to introduce…the Ease of Access tools within Windows 10.…These are a set of tools designed to address challenges…for people with visual and audio disabilities.…You will see that Windows 10 offers a great deal…of useful tools to make your computer more accessible…and accommodating for all users.…We can get to the ease of access settings…by clicking on the start menu and choosing settings.…From here, you will see an icon for ease of access…in the second row.…Let's go ahead and click on that and take a tour…of what is available.…On the left hand side, you will see all the options…that Windows 10 gives you for making changes…to your computer to make it easier to use.…
We will go over each of these in more detail…in separate videos.…In this movie, I'll provide an introduction and overview…of what is available here.…The narrator is designed for users with visual impairments…who are unable to read the screen.…Turning on the narrator allows for…an audible reading of the content that is on the screen.…
Technology trainer David Casuto explains basic Windows conventions, and explores how to best resize and manage windows, change the way your mouse behaves, and customize the desktop, including the taskbar and Start menu. Need help finding files and applications? Learn how to search more effectively using the File Explorer and Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant. If you have visual or audio impairments, Window's accessibility features are a great tool. Learn how to use the Ease of Access options (like the Magnifier and closed captioning) to make Windows more user friendly. Last but not least, David shows how to save time with some helpful keyboard shortcuts. Windows is a powerful platform; with these tips, you'll find it even easier to use.
- Personalizing your desktop
- Managing windows
- Changing mouse properties
- Searching for files, folders, and apps
- Using the File Explorer
- Using accessibility features
- Using keyboard shortcuts