Ease of Access Disabler 1.6

A small application that disables the annoying Ease of Access button on the Vista logon screen, with the simple click of a button
Ease of Access Disabler
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Ease of Access Disabler is a straightforward piece of software that you can use to disable the Ease of Access button shown on the Windows Vista logon screen. It is quite simple to use, since it comes packed with limited features.

After a brief and uneventful setup procedure that does not require special user attention, you can check out a wizard representing the app's interface, where you have to follow a few simple steps to accomplish a task.

Once you select the language for the interface, you can toggle the Ease of Access status with the simple click of a button - “Enable” or “Disable”. Changes are immediately applies to the computer, meaning that a system restart is not necessary.

The software application carries out a task rapidly and without errors. It has a good response time and minimal impact on the system performance, as it runs on a very low amount of CPU and RAM. We have not come across any issues throughout our evaluation, since the app did not hang or crash. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, users with limited background in software tools can seamlessly work with Ease of Access Disabler.

Reviewed by , last updated on August 14th, 2013

file size:
637 KB
developed by:
James Wilcox
license type:
operating system(s):
Windows Vista
C: \ Tweak \ System Tweak
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What's New in This Release:
  • Simple to use Wizard-style user interface
  • Multilingual support (German, English, French, Italian)
  • Under-the-bonnet fixes to improve disabling (99.9% success rate, previous 85%)
  • OK Button to close message
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Ease of Access Disabler

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A small program that disables that annoying Ease of Access button in the bottom left hand side of your Vista logon scr...

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