I THINK this is the best spot for this. It isn't a "gaming" topic.
My wife works for a company that helps the elderly in their homes. This guy she works for, for the past few years now, is 94 and his hearing and eyesight are BAD... He has an enlarger thing where he can put a newspaper on it and it becomes REALLY magnified so he can read it. He doesn't have much to do with his time... he is in a scooter all day long and just doesn't get to get out much. He enjoys playing solitaire, it's something to pass the time. (he calls it solitary, I don't know if he's joking, we think he just calls it the wrong thing but nobody corrects him)
He enjoys the game but has had trouble seeing it over the years and its getting worse I'm afraid. He used to have windows vista, then windows 7, and people tried hard to get it so he could see the characters on the cards. But now he's on windows 10 and nobody is having much luck finding a way to make it easy for him to see.
I don't know exactly what to look for, and I don't get over there very often to poke around with it.
I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions...
Either some windows 10 settings that could be tweaked that would affect the way the numbers and letters display on the cards... OR, even a particular solitaire app/download that he might try that might be better.
From what I understand, his family has tried to change the settings on the computer for him with little luck... And currently, instead of a monitor he's got a 28 or 32" tv on the desk... it's STILL hard to see.
I think he gets depressed having little to do all day. It would be great if we could find a way to make this simple game more playable for him.