With the color filter for better visibility in Windows 10, you can display all elements system-wide in grayscale or optimized for green vision deficiency (deuteranopia), red vision deficiency (protanopia) or blue blindness (trotanopia).
Windows 10 also has color filters for users who cannot properly identify objects and elements on the screen. In addition to shades of gray or inverted colors, there are also display options for green vision deficiency (deuteranopia), red vision deficiency (protanopia) or blue blindness (trotanopia).
With iOS 10, Apple continues its efforts of the past few years and makes iOS devices easier to use for people with disabilities. In addition, a new operating aid for color-blind people has been introduced in the latest update. Like all aids, this one must first be activated and can also help to compensate for color casts on the display. We show you how this works very simply.
Modern browsers offer the possibility to zoom in and out of the page view. The website therefore does not have its own function for enlarging text and images.
The size of the page view can be gradually changed using the browser.
If your browser does not offer an enlargement button (e.g. a magnifying glass), you can also change the content pages (text and images) simply using your keyboard.
Zoom in: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the plus key + once or more. The view is now gradually enlarged.
Zoom out: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the minus key - one or more times. The view is now gradually reduced.
Restore the original size: Press the Ctrl key and also the Null 0 key.
Note: Changes to the size of the website may result in small distortions in the layout. Images may appear pixelated and blurry when enlarged.