Home > Sample chapters

Making Windows 10 Accessible

Using touch feedback

If you have a touchscreen computer, you will often touch the screen to select a feature or even to draw. Touch Feedback displays a pale circle when you touch the screen, providing you with visual feedback that your tap was recognized. You can turn Touch Feedback on or off and also turn on a setting to provide a more enhanced visual feedback indication on your screen.

Get feedback from your touchscreen

  1. In the Ease Of Access window, click Other Options.
  2. The Show Visual Feedback When I Touch The Screen setting is turned on by default. Click the switch to turn it on if the setting has been switched off.
  3. Click the Use Darker, Larger Visual Feedback switch to turn it on.