Quote Originally Posted by bmos View Post
How has nobody mentioned sticky keys yet?
Just press shift 5 times and it will turn your modifier keys like ctrl + alt etc into toggles rather than momentary switches (in software, obviously).
That's been part of windows for what, 20-30 years?
Windows 10 has some amazing accessibility tools built in. More than I think people realize. Plug-and-play eye control (you need the special web cam that tracks your eye motion but don't need the software windows does it all), voice control, narrator screen reader, fonts for dyslexia and dysgraphia, live subtitles for video, focus assist for people who are distracted easily, language assist for people with ID and DD who struggle with the knowing what the controls do, etc. It is amazing. And yes, Sticky keys are a good tool.