Magnifier in Windows 10 is a built-in accessibility tool for users with presbyopia. When enabled it shows a larger part or all of your screen so you can better see the words and pictures.
The magnifying glass is not a new tool, nor a privilege of Windows 10. It was formerly known as Microsoft magnifier, which created a bar at the top of the screen, which greatly magnified where the mouse pointer was located.
There are several methods you can use to quickly turn on the magnifying glass in Windows 10. Let's take a look. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.
Method 1. With shortcut keys
Activation: Press the keys at the same time Win and + (plus) on your keyboard.
Off: Press the keys at the same time Win and Esc on your keyboard.
Note: In addition to the Win + Esc access key, you can close the magnifying glass application like a regular window with the red close key.
Method 2. Through the settings.
Open the Settings app.
Go to Ease of Access> Magnifier.
On the right, operate the switch to activate or deactivate the "Enable Magnifier" option
Method 3. Through the control panel
Open the classic control panel application.
Go to Easy Access> Easy Access Center> Magnifier Start.
This will open the Magnifier.
Method 4. Run directly from the Run dialog box.
Press the Win and R keys on your keyboard at the same time.
Enter the word magnify and press the OK key (or Enter)
The magnifying glass application will start.
Method 5. Start it from the "Start" menu
Open the Start menu.
Scroll to Easy Access and click Magnifier.
Method 6. Through the search.
You can also find the Search shortcut by typing magnify in the search window
I think we covered all the ways.