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As part of the Ease of Access Center, one of the accessibility tools that Microsoft has integrated into Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 is the fully enhanced Magnifier magnifier . This magnifier makes it easier for people with disabilities to read and view different parts of the screen because it gives the impression that the objects are larger.
What is this image of Jesus Christ doing here? We’ll come back to this later;
Window Loupe Tips & Tricks
Now I’m back : To start the magnifier, enter ‘loupe‘ in the start search and press Enter. You can also access it from Control Panel > Control Panel > Control Panel > Ease of Use or from the Accessories folder in the Start menu. You’ll see it on your desk.
When you move the mouse pointer over it and click on it, it turns into a small window that offers you various settings and options. Use the’+’ button to set the desired magnification. There are three magnifier modes to which you can adjust your magnifier:
- Full screen mode In full screen mode, the entire screen is enlarged. Depending on your screen resolution, parts of your objects may appear outside the screen, but you can always move your mouse pointer in that direction to see them.
- Objective mode : In objective mode, the magnifying glass moves like a lens with the mouse pointer and the area around the mouse pointer is enlarged. You can change the lens size by pressing Ctrl+Alt+R, then moving the pointer up and down to change the height, and left and right to change the width.
- Docked mode The dock stays at the top of the screen and enlarges the part you are working on. In docked mode, only part of the screen is enlarged, leaving the rest of the desktop unchanged. If your computer does not support Aero, this is the only mode available.
When you click the Settings button, you will see the different magnifier options available.
Here you can set the zoom and decide where the magnifier should focus – whether the magnifier should follow the mouse pointer, keyboard focus or text insertion point.
You can also refine your font with ClearType and activate the magnifying glass start each time you boot your Windows computer. You can also change the screen resolution , which adjusts the clarity, size and a number of things that fit your computer screen.
If you need high contrast, you can enable color inversion here. This reverses all colors – white becomes black and vice versa. Enabling color inversion increases the contrast between screen elements, which can help make your screen more visible.
If you are reading this tip and have not yet started your magnifying glass, I suggest you run it now and enable color inversion.
Ready? Now scroll up to see the image of Jesus. That’s how image conversion works! This trick also allows you to see the true colors of each negative image!
The versatility of this tool can not only be useful for the elderly with vision problems, but it could also be of great help if you find that your laptop screen is too far away from you while you are sitting in your favorite chair… or even if you want to see the true colors of a negative image !
Just one of many tips and tricks for Windows 10!
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