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Ease of Access settings on Xbox One

Setting up your Xbox One to make it more accessible takes only a few steps. Ease of Access options are available in Settings. To see them, scroll left on the Home screen to open the guide, and then select Settings > All Settings > Ease of Access.

Ease of Access options can make it easier to:

  • Use your Xbox One without a display. Narrator is a screen reader that lets you hear audio descriptions for elements on the screen, like text and buttons.
  • See what’s on the screen. Magnifier makes the content on your screen larger. High contrast can help you distinguish between items and text on your screen.
  • Customize closed captions. Closed caption settings let you choose how captions appear when you watch supported DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and many on-demand video services.
  • Personalize your controller. Button mapping lets you configure your controller for precision gaming experiences.

Note Narrator is not available in all locales.

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