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Change Where to Keep Mouse Cursor in Magnifier in Windows 10

Change Where to Keep Mouse Cursor in Magnifier in Windows 10

How to Change Where to Keep Mouse Cursor while using Magnifier in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. In recent Windows 10 builds, Magnifier has an ability to keep the mouse cursor in the center of the screen, or within its edges while using it in full-screen view.

Change Where to Keep Text Cursor While Using Magnifier in Windows 10

Change Where to Keep Text Cursor While Using Magnifier in Windows 10

How to Change Where to Keep Text Cursor while using Magnifier in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. In recent Windows 10 builds, Magnifier has an ability to keep the text cursor in the center of the screen making it easier and smoother to type.

Add Magnifier Context Menu in Windows 10

Add Magnifier Context Menu in Windows 10

How to Add Magnifier Context Menu in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. For faster access to Magnifier options and features, you can add a context menu to the Desktop.

Windows Magnifier Command Line Arguments (magnify.exe)

Windows Magnifier Command Line Arguments (magnify.exe)

The List of Windows Magnifier Command Line Arguments (magnify.exe)

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. It possible to start Magnifier before you sign in to your user account. A lesser known feature of Magnifier are command line arguments that define the default view for Magnifier.

Automatically Start Magnifier Before Login in Windows 10

Automatically Start Magnifier Before Login in Windows 10

How to Automatically Start Magnifier Before Login in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. It possible to start Magnifier before you sign in to your user account. Here are two methods you can use to enable this feature.

Windows 10 Magnifier Keyboard Shortcuts (Hotkeys)

Windows 10 Magnifier Keyboard Shortcuts (Hotkeys)

The list of Magnifier Keyboard Shortcuts (Hotkeys) in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. It supports a set of keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys) you can use to manage it in a useful way.

Start and Stop Magnifier in Windows 10

Start and Stop Magnifier in Windows 10

How to Start and Stop Magnifier in Windows 10

Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with Windows 10. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. There are a number of methods you can use to quickly open it.

Enable or Disable Filter Keys in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Filter Keys in Windows 10

Windows 10 inherits a useful feature from previous versions of the OS. It is called Filter Keys. It is an Accessibility option that you can use to control the keyboard repeat rate and ignore repeated keys.

Backup and Restore Sticky Keys Settings in Windows 10

Backup and Restore Sticky Keys Settings in Windows 10

Windows 10 inherits a useful feature from previous versions of the OS. It is called Sticky Keys. When enabled, it will allow you to press and release a modifier key (Shift, Ctrl, or Alt) and then press the next key in the shortcut sequence instead of holding it.

Turn On or Off Sticky Keys in Windows 10

Turn On or Off Sticky Keys in Windows 10

Windows 10 inherits a useful feature from previous versions of the OS. It is called Sticky Keys. When enabled, it will allow you to press and release a modifier key (Shift, Ctrl, or Alt) and then press the next key in the shortcut sequence instead of holding it.