Magnifier

How to Choose Where to Keep Text Cursor while using Magnifier in Windows 10

Magnifier is a tool that enlarges part—or all—of your screen so you can see words and images better. It comes with a few different settings, so use it the way that suits you best.

Starting with Windows 10 build 18894, Windows Magnifier has a new ability to keep the text cursor in the center of the screen making it easier and smoother to type. Centered on the screen is on by default and can be changed in the Magnifier settings.

You can now choose to keep the text cursor centered on the screen or within the edges of the screen while using Magnifier in full screen view.

This tutorial will show you how to choose where to keep the text cursor while using Magnifier in full screen view for your account in Windows 10.

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How to Choose Where to Keep Mouse Cursor while using Magnifier in Windows 10

Magnifier is a tool that enlarges part—or all—of your screen so you can see words and images better. It comes with a few different settings, so use it the way that suits you best.

Starting with Windows 10 build 17643, you can now choose to keep the mouse cursor centered on the screen or within the edges of the screen while using Magnifier in full screen view. This enables easier tracking and use of the mouse, especially helpful at higher zoom levels.

This tutorial will show you how to choose where to keep the mouse cursor while using Magnifier if full screen view for your account in Windows 10.

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How to Change Magnifier View in Windows 10

Magnifier is a tool that enlarges part—or all—of your screen so you can see words and images better. It comes with a few different settings, so use it the way that suits you best.

You can use Magnifier in three different views: full screen, lens, or docked.

  • Full screen view magnifies the entire screen. You won’t be able to see the whole screen at the same time when it’s magnified, but as you move around the screen, you can see everything.
  • Lens view is like moving a magnifying glass around the screen. You can change the size of the lens in Magnifier settings.
  • Docked view works on the desktop. In this view, Magnifier is anchored to your screen. As you move around the screen, parts of the screen are magnified in the docking area, even though the main part of the screen is unchanged.

This tutorial will show you different ways to change the view of Magnifier for your account in Windows 10.

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