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How to control accessibility features for visually impaired users by using Utility Manager in Windows
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You can use Utility Manager to check the status of an accessibility program and to start or stop an accessibility program. If you have administrator-level access, you can configure Microsoft Windows so that the accessibility program starts when Utility Manager starts. The following built-in accessibility programs are available from Utility Manager:
Start Utility ManagerTo open Utility Manager, press the Windows logo key+U. You can press the Windows logo key+U when the Welcome to Windows dialog box is displayed, before you log on to the computer. If you do this, if you make changes to the specified accessibility features when you are logged on, these changes are automatically applied.
Use Utility ManagerYou can configure Windows to automatically start any or all of the three accessibility programs at any of the following times: