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Filter Keys is an Accessibility option that you can use to control the keyboard repeat rate and ignore repeated keys. Reference...
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The mouse pointer, which is sometimes referred to as the cursor, is a bitmap that specifies a focus point on the screen for user input with the mouse. You can change the mouse pointer style...
Accessibility
When Sticky Keys is turned on, you can press a modifier key (SHIFT, CTRL, or ALT) and then another key in sequence rather than at the same time, to enter shifted (modified) characters and other...
Accessibility
Windows 11 uses animation effects for controls and elements by default. See also: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apps/design/signature-experiences/motion This tutorial will show you...
Accessibility
In Windows 11, dictation has been updated and renamed as voice typing. Like dictation, voice typing uses online speech recognition technologies to power its speech-to-text transcription service...
Accessibility
Mouse Keys lets you use the numeric keypad on your keyboard—instead of the mouse—to move the pointer. See also...
Accessibility
The mouse pointer, which is sometimes referred to as the cursor, is a bitmap that specifies a focus point on the screen for user input with the mouse. You can enable to show shadows under the...
Accessibility
Voice typing allows you to enter text on your PC by speaking. You can use voice typing commands to manually insert punctuation marks. If you like, you can turn on Auto punctuation to have voice...
Accessibility
In Windows 11, dictation has been updated and renamed as voice typing. Like dictation, voice typing uses online speech recognition technologies to power its speech-to-text transcription service...
Accessibility
The mouse pointer, which is sometimes referred to as the cursor, is a bitmap that specifies a focus point on the screen for user input with the mouse. You can turn on to display pointer trails to...
Accessibility
There are several different kinds of keyboards for PCs. The most common type is a physical, external keyboard that plugs into your PC. But Windows has a built-in Accessibility tool called the...
Accessibility
An access key is an underlined character in the text of a menu, context menu item, or the label of a control such as a button. You can press and hold the Shift, Alt, or F10 key while you right...
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