Windows 10: Possible to apply accessibility theme selectively?
Possible to apply accessibility theme selectively?
I use a high contrast theme and while I like it the problem I have with it is that it gets applied in web browsers as well and so it modifies the way in which browsers display web pages. I'd like it to apply to the browser's GUI, but not the way it displays sites.
Does anyone know if there is a way to tell the theme not to modify the way FFox shows web pages?
I develop the company image and I'm trying to apply a theme with wallpaper and accent color. In the Windows 7 days this VBS line worked for me:
WshShell.Run "rundll32.exe %SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL...
Bit confused here.
To the best of my knowledge you can only defer Windows 10 Updates if you have the Pro version.
Is there a way to selectively install/uninstall updates in any version?
Also, what is this "update blocking" tool...
Source: Accessibility: Towards a more inclusive web with Microsoft Edge and Windows 10 | Microsoft Edge Dev Blog
I love crisp fonts. This sort of thing .
Source: New accessibility enhancements for Office Online - Office Blogs