Create wizzards to customize Ease of Access features
Speech recognition has been included in Windows for the last vew versions. The wizard that is used to customize speech recognition is both a tutorial and a trainer for Windows.
The "Make my computer easier easier to use" wizard collects disability data, but does not provide any way to specify how to make a specific feature "easier to use".
Fro example, the keyboard can be customized using a wizard which asks the user to type successively more complicated series of keystrokes. Start with something like, "Type the following sentence" My dog has fleas." If the person has difficulty capitalizing the M; this might be a consideration for accessibility. Another part of the wizard might ask about using modifier keys: Press Control +o or Windows key +1, or ALT+F4. After completing the wizard Windows will suggest slowing the key repeat rate or turning on Toggle keys. The individual would be instructed to repeat the wizard again using the customized settings.
Thank you for the feed back and suggestion. Microsoft is committed to making its products more accessible to all.
We re investigating improvements to the “Ease of Access” center to make items more discoverable and usable.