Ease of Access Settings in Windows 8: Video
This video show you how to change the Ease of Access settings in Windows 8.
Ease of Access Settings in Windows 8: Overview
Within the “PC settings” app window in Windows 8, you can click the “Ease of Access” category at the left side of the screen to display accessibility settings in the area to the right. You can click the “On” and “Off” toggle switches shown in order to enable or disable the accessibility settings shown. The settings that you can enable or disable are “High contrast” and “Make everything on your screen bigger.” You can then select what you want “Pressing Windows + Volume Up will turn on” to do by selecting a choice from the drop-down menu. By default, this enables the Narrator feature. You can also select how long you want to “Show notifications for” from the adjacent drop-down. You can also set the default “Cursor thickness” from the drop-down that is shown.