A small program that disables that annoying Ease of Access button in the bottom left hand side of your Vista logon screen.
Ease of Access disabler is a small but clever program that disables the Ease of Access button in the bottom left hand corner of the screen and show a message similar to the above when clicked.
If you work in a location where people often meddle with your PC, i.e a school, and when you come back someone has switched the narrator on, the magnifier on , and onscreen is turned on and the color scheme has changed to black and white. Annoying.
There is really no point in this button, unless of course you are disabled, so why not disable it with this neat little program. You can also re-enable it if you find out that you do want it.
Simply click the disable button to disable it and the enable button to re-enable it. This application must be run with Administrative priviliges. Right click, and select run as Administrator.
It can be very annoying because somebody can still fiddle with your PC even while its locked!!?
Doesn't make sense to me! But I have fixed the problem. Just run this small application, click disable and the button no longer opens the Ease of Access window.
When you come back to your PC it will be the way it was when you left it, not with narrator, magnifier the onscreen keyboard and the black and white color scheme running.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· 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
· Support for UAC (No need to right click and select Run as Administrator)
· MSI Installer (Useful for Active Director environments)