How to make the focus rectangle thicker in Windows 7?
Don’t you think that transitioning to a new operating system is challenging, particularly for people with disabilities who rely on important accessibility features. People tend to grow comfortable with their current operating system and resist upgrading. But, if you have upgraded to Windows 7, you will certainly get to experience a bundle of compelling features that help making this version of Windows fast, easy to use, easy to customize, and accessible.
Windows is filled with accessibility features that do make your computer easier to see and use. Focus Rectangle thicker is one such accessibility that also enhances the view of your computer’s screen. This option basically makes the rectangle around the currently selected item in dialog boxes thicker, which makes it easier to see.
Now, you don’t know how you can make the Focus Rectangle thicker? Here’s how you can do so:
- Click “Start” and select “Control Panel”.
- Click 'Ease of Access' and then click 'Ease of Access Center'.
- Click “Make the computer easier to see”.
- Select the checkbox next to “Make the focus rectangle thicker”. This option makes the rectangle around the currently selected item in dialog boxes thicker, making it easier to see.
- Click “OK”.
Experience every accessibility option that your Windows 7 offers. Each and every option has been designed keeping the people with disabilities in mind and the steps given above will help you in making one of its options work. You can also go through the below posted video solution for better understanding of these steps.