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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
My eight-year-old son is left-handed and I am right-handed. I wish to be able to quickly and easily switch primary and secondary mouse buttons from the command line. We use Windows 10.
While working in Visual Studio and Firefox, I must have accidentally pressed some key combination that activated some accessibility feature of one of the involved applications (or of Windows 8.1 it
Is it possible to change text cursor color systemwide? I want to make it easy to catch red color.
I am currently modifying some values in the Mousekeys registry under HKCU:\Control Panel\Accessibility using PowerShell.
I accidentally pressed some buttons while starting Word 2013, and I don't know what I did:
I love using the win+ directional keys to maximize/minimize/push windows the right or left. But, I do not like my windows being automatically arranged near the edge of the screen.
Despite, I have all options in the "Make your computer easier to use" disabled, including nested options like "Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard" and "Make the keyboard easier to use", i
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