Letting Windows 8.1 Suggest Some Ease of Access Settings

To people who have disabilities and other forms of difficulty like that which involves the sense of hearing, sight and many others like dyslexia and those who easily get distracted, being able to use a computer using its default settings would surely be hard. This is the reason why Microsoft included some tools which are […]

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How to Enable High Contrast

It is always a fact that not all Windows users have clear eyesight. There would be others who have difficulty seeing things clearly because of age or some other reasons and Microsoft has made sure that the Windows operating system also caters to their needs. From making things larger than usual down to speech recognition, […]

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Tweaking Some Keyboard Settings

Windows 8.1 makes the use of keyboard a lot flexible! Because of the operating system’s mobile and PC environments, users can now interact with it in different ways which are no way to be found in previous Windows editions such as Vista and Windows 7. However, just like most of the newly-introduced features in Microsoft’s […]

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Working with Double-Click Speed and Pointer Motion

While some default settings in every Windows 8.1 machine already work good for most users, there would still be others who would need some tweaking especially in the aspect of the mouse and the keyboard functions in order to really use these hardware devices in a more effective way. This is true especially to people […]

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Working with Mouse Properties on PC Settings

Previously, we’ve talked about some of the settings and tweaks that you can change in Windows 8.1’s Mouse Properties but there are still some details about this section of the Windows 8.1 system and as well as other methods in accessing it that you need to learn so you can be on your way to […]

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