Set Up Windows 8 Ease of Access
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Hi, you're watching VisiHow and today we're going to discuss the Ease of Access applications in Windows 8. These are user assistance applications for the most part. They're there to help you if you have poor eyesight, or difficulty hearing, or you need assistance with other things.
- 7"Activate keys on touch keyboard when I lift my finger off the keyboard" means you can push your finger on a touchscreen keyboard, then slide to the key that you want, and lift your finger off which will activate the key. That's quite handy, and it's not something that you would normally expect to find in this option area.The last option in Narrator is a particularly interesting one.
- 15Thanks for watching VisiHow. If you have any questions of comments, let us know and we'll make sure to get back to you.That sums up how to use the Ease of Access and how to use these features and options.Advertisement
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