• Make Windows 11 easier to see, hear, and use

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    ISSUE 20.50 • 2023-12-11


    Lance Whitney

    By Lance Whitney

    Whether or not you have specific disabilities or limitations, you can take advantage of a variety of accessibility settings to make Windows 11 more usable and accommodating.

    My eyes became much drier following eye surgery last year. As a result, my eyesight can at times get fuzzy, so I’ve had to adjust certain visual settings in Windows 11 so that I can more easily see text and other on-screen elements.

    If you’ve run into your own issues trying to see, hear, or otherwise use Windows 11, Microsoft offers several key accessibility features that can help. Here’s how they work.

    Read the full story in our Plus Newsletter (20.50.0, 2023-12-11).
    This story also appears in our public Newsletter.