The solution is simple to start the magnifier in Windows 10, this solution is also for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 without additional software like the freeware OneLoupe !
The Full Path of the Screen Magnifier in Windows 10 is C:\Windows\System32\Magnify.exe or %windir%\System32\Magnify.exe
1.) ... Start the Screen Magnifier with the Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10!
2.) ... Run the Screen Magnifier from the Windows 10 RUN Dialog!
3.) ... Disable the Screen Magnifier in Windows 10 and other options!
4.) ... Create desktop shortcut for the Screen Magnifier in Windows 10!
See also: Change the Windows 10 computer sounds || change visual effects to best Performance in Windows 10
Windows Logo & + (Plus Key)
Windows Logo + Plus Key = enlarge the screen
Windows Logo + Minus Key = decrease the screen
Windows Logo + ESC = close the screen magnifier
Ctrl+Alt+F = Full Screen Mode
Ctrl+Alt+L = Lens mode
Ctrl+Alt+D = Docked mode
Full-screen mode. In full-screen mode, your entire windows 10 screen is magnified. You can then have Magnifier follow the mouse pointer.
Lens mode. In lens mode, the area around the mouse pointer is magnified. When you move the mouse pointer, the area of the screen that's magnified moves along with it.
Docked mode. In docked mode, only a portion of the windows 10 screen is magnified, leaving the rest of your desktop in a normal state. You can then control which area of the screen is magnified.
Windows 10 Magnifier enlarges different parts of the screen. This is especially useful for viewing objects that are difficult to see, but also for seeing the whole screen more easily.
%windir%/system32 and select the magnify symbol!
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And now you can easy create a desktop shortcut for the magnifier (... see Image-3 Arrow-4)
or pin the magnifier on Windows 10 Start (... see Image-3 Arrow-6)
and also pin the magnifier on Windows 10 Task-Bar (... see Image-3 Arrow-5)
Info: You can quickly change the lens size by pressing Ctrl+Alt+R, and then moving the pointer up and down to change the height, and left and right to change the width.
FAQ 165: Updated on: September 30th 2016 17:27