I think the accessibility features would be an amazing tool to be able to use for those of us with vision loss and deafness.
However, I for one refuse to use anything in Ease of Access because for reasons unknown to me, once you turn those features on, it restricts your ability to customize your laptop via background colors, themes, etc. I tried Ease of Access long ago, and when I found what happened, I immediately turned off all features, but my laptop seemed ruined permanently just for using the accessibility features no matter how hard I worked to try and customize my laptop again. So, that's my idea I'm presenting to you. I know I cannot be the only one that would love to use the features but is holding back because of the restrictions that happen once you turn them on. If there's any way to keep that from happening, please do so.
Thanks for leaving this feedback with us Joellyn. We have a few questions about your post. 1. What Ease of Access features made it so you couldn't customize your background or theme? 2. Have you tried going to Settings (Press Windows Logo Key + I) > Personalization > Colors where you can select a custom color?
Additionally you can also check out the Microsoft Accessibility Features sway at aka.ms/AccessibilityFeatures and https://www.microsoft.com/accessibility/features?activetab=pivot_1%3aprimaryr2 to view categories of features. Please let us know if you have any additional questions and feedback, and we'll be sure to respond.