The Ease of Access Centre can be found in the Windows Control Panel and allows you to:
Make it easier to read what's on your screen by changing the Display from Settings > Ease of Access.
You can make text bigger and enlarge Windows icons, and dialogue boxes to 125% or 150%.
Use Magnifier to make things on the screen easier to see.
Keyboard shortcuts: Hold down the Windows key on the keyboard and the + or - keys to increase and decrease the magnification.
Hold down Ctrl on the keyboard and scroll using the mouse wheel.
Or hold down Ctrl on the keyboard and press the + or – keys to increase or decrease text to the desired size. To reset, hold down Ctrl and press 0 (zero).
Use Immersive Reader to listen to text and change the display across Microsoft applications:
You can use your voice to dictate text to your Windows PC. Dictate text using Speech Recognition in Windows.
Focus Assist allows you to avoid distracting notifications when you need to stay focused.
More features to make it easier to focus on tasks.
VoiceOver gives you auditory descriptions of each onscreen element on your Mac and provides helpful hints along the way.
Your Mac, ipad or iphone can read aloud a selection of text from the screen.
Use your voice to enter text on your Mac. The Dictation feature converts your spoken words into text.