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, press the Xbox button to open the guide, and then select System > Settings > Ease of Access. Or, if you’re using a keyboard, press Windows logo key + U.
These 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, such as 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 audio and video.Closed caption settings let you choose how captions appear when you watch supported DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and many on-demand video services. Game chat transcription takes in-game player voice chat and converts it to text that you can read on the screen.
Customize your controller.Button mapping lets you configure your controller for precision gaming experiences. Co-pilot lets you combine the input from two controllers so that two people can play as one.