In Windows, it's possible to increase the apparent contrast of visuals on the screen, making them easier to see. It's also possible to invert all colors on the screen in Windows, giving you a view of the screen that is similar to a camera negative. This can help to bring contrast to images or text that may be otherwise difficult to see or read.
- [Instructor] Use Focus Assist … to temporarily disable notifications and alerts. … Open the action center … and click expand to show all of the options. … Find the tile for Focus Assist. … Click to toggle between off, priority only and alarms only. … To understand how priority only and alarms only work, … you'll need to go into settings for Focus Assist. … Right-click on the Focus Assist tile … and choose go to settings. … Alarms only hides all notifications except for alarms … that you set in the alarms and clock application. … This is the most comprehensive … and blocks almost all notifications. … Priority only lets you manage a list … of notifications that you will allow. … Click the option to customize your priority list … and set which notifications you want to allow. … Click the back button in the top left to go back. … You can also set times and options … for when Focus Assist will turn on automatically. … …
- 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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