How to set the thickness of the blinking cursor in Windows 7?
Is your cursor a little too slender to see? Do you often times wish that it would eat a cheeseburger or two to gain a few pounds? Well, electronics typically don’t eat, so will have to go via our traditional router i.e. configuration.
When the screen is set to a high resolution, you may find it hard to view items on your screen especially, if they are small in size. The blinking cursor in Windows 7 may appear too thin, small or slim for your eyes. Nevertheless, you can configure the thickness of the blinking cursor as per your convenience, so that you do not strain your eyes much.
- Click “Start” and select “Control Panel”.
- Click 'Ease of Access' and then click 'Ease of Access Center'.
- Click “Make the computer easier to see”.
- Set the thickness of the blinking cursor from the drop down menu. This option allows you to make the blinking cursor in dialog boxes and programs thicker and easier to see.
- Click “OK”.
This is how you can enhance the thickness of the blinking cursor on your Windows 7-based PC. If you find these steps a little bit difficult to apply, you can also go through our video solution that has been posted below. All you have to do is click the play options and watch the video to comprehend these steps in a better manner.