There are various ways to make the mouse and keyboard easier to use if you have temporary or permanent issues with mobility.
Make the mouse easier to use
There are custom settings available if you need help tracking the mouse pointer, or experience discomfort when using a mouse. To see them, select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Mouse . Options include:
Controlling the movement of the mouse pointer with the numeric keypad using Mouse Keys.
Click the Change other mouse options to change the which side your primary button is and select scrolling options.
To make the pointer, cursor, and touch feedback easier to see, select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Cursor & pointer size .
Make the keyboard easier to use
If you have difficulty or feel discomfort while using a keyboard, select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Keyboard to explore the following options:
To make it easier to type and use your keyboard if you have limited strength or reach, try the On-Screen Keyboard. You select keys using the mouse or other pointing device (like a joystick), or you can use a single switch to cycle through the keys on the screen.
Sticky Keys can help if you have trouble pressing two keys at the same time. Sticky Keys let you press commands that use multiple keys (such as Ctrl + S) one key at a time.
Use Toggle keys to play a sound whenever you press Caps Lock, Num Lock or Scroll Lock.
Use Filter Keys to set the sensitivity of the keyboard so it can ignore brief or repeated keystrokes.
You can also control your PC with just your voice using Windows Speech Recognition. To learn more, see Use Speech Recognition.