Set the thickness of the blinking cursor in Windows 8
Is the cursor that blinks on your Windows 8-based PC’s screen making you strain your eyes because of its thin size? Well, you can set the thickness of the cursor as per your preference and let your Windows PC best perform for you. Like most other changes, Windows 8 lets you carry out this change in a jiffy and therefore helps you to make it a handy OS to carry out your tasks. The standard size of the cursor has been set by the makers to best suit the general users. However, if you have problems with your sight or the size is giving you a headache, you can instantly change it.
The easy step solution to the above issue is as:
- If you are not able to see the blinking cursor among all the text in documents, move the mouse cursor to the top right corner of the screen to access the Charms menu.
- Click on the ‘Settings’ charm and then click on ‘More PC Settings’.
- Click ‘Ease of Access’ in the left pane and under ‘Cursor Thickness’ option, set the thickness of the blinking cursor in the drop down menu.
- Now you can see the cursor without straining your eyes.
In similar fashion, you can also make the blinking rate faster or slow it as per your wish.
However, for now, if you want to better comprehend the steps provided above or you want to enjoy a quick recap of the steps, you can watch the simple solution video given below. To watch it now, click on the window below: