The Ease of Access Center is a central location where you can modify the accessibility settings and programs available in Windows. You can adjust settings that make it easier to see your computer, use the mouse and keyboard, and use other input devices. You can also answer a few questions about your daily computer use that will help Windows recommend accessibility settings and programs for you.
For a step-by-step tutorial about accessibility settings that are available in Windows, see Introducing Accessibility in Windows.
To download a guide that will help you transition to Windows 7, go to the Microsoft Accessibility website.
Open Ease of Access Center by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Ease of Access Center.
Click Get recommendations to make your computer easier to use.
To learn more about all the options in the Ease of Access Center, click these links:
Use the computer without a display
Make the computer easier to see
Use the computer without the mouse or keyboard
Make the mouse easier to use
Make the keyboard easier to use
Use text or visual alternatives to sounds
Make it easier to focus on tasks