Windows 11 Accessibility Features Everyone Can Use

Over the last few years, Microsoft has made great strides toward making Windows more accessible to a wider audience.

Windows 11 includes a dedicated Accessibility section intended to help

users adapt the display and the behavior of the OS according to their needs.

This section is very helpful for users with visual impairments,

hearing loss, or a physical disability—but these accessibility

features can be used by anyone to make their Windows 11 experience better.

If you wear glasses, or if you just aren’t comfortable staring at a tiny laptop

screen all day, try making everything in Windows 11 bigger, from text to the user interface.

Go to Settings > Accessibility > Display > Scale and choose a setting between 100% and 200%. Particularly if you’re using a 4K display, 200%