Utility Manager is an accessibility utility that enables users to check the status of accessibility programs (Microsoft Magnifier, Narrator, On-Screen Keyboard) and to start or stop them. Here's how to open Utility Manager and how to set different start options for accessibility programs:
Using your keyboard, press the Windows logo key+U.
While you can open Utility Manager from the Start menu with your mouse, you will have limited program management capabilities.
In the Utility Manager dialog box, you'll see a choice of accessibility programs. When you click one, you can choose several start options for your program:
Start automatically when I log in
Start automatically when I lock my desktop
Start automatically when Utility Manager starts
When you are done making your choices, click OK.
You can go back and cancel your automatic starts by clearing the check boxes.
Move to the Utility Manager dialog box by pressing Alt+Tab.
In the Utility Manager dialog box, you'll see a choice of accessibility programs. Choose one by pressing the Up Arrow or Down Arrow keys. Under Options for the accessibility utility you have selected, choose Start by pressing Alt+A or Stop by pressing Alt+O.
For each accessibility utility, you can choose several start options:
To Start automatically when I log in, press Alt+L.
To Start automatically when I lock my desktop, press Alt+D.
To Start automatically when Utility Manager starts, press Alt+U.
When you are done making your choices, press Enter.