Did you know that we can customize the Color settings on our Windows computer to make it easier to see? Hi, I'm Vikki Vaughan. And today, we'll explore how to personalize Windows Color settings to suit our visual needs.
Let's start off by moving to our desktop. We'll use our keyboard shortcut, Windows and the letter D for desktop to land on the desktop from anywhere on our computer. Here, we right click on any blank spot on the desktop. If you're a shortcut fan like me, you can use the keyboard shortcut of Shift + F10 to open a menu without your mouse.
You might hear this menu you called a Context menu. It contains shortcuts that help us use our computer more efficiently. We have a couple of choices to get to the Personalize menu. We can either use our mouse pointer to select Personalize, or we can press the keyboard shortcut R. A helpful hint. Think of the phrase, colors of the rainbow.
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Taking these few steps saves your preferences so you can continue right where you left off and track your progress every time you log on, plus it connects you to the Hadley community and helps sustain our funding to keep Hadley free of charge. And, last but not least, it gives you direct access to experts like me. Now, where were we?