For people with visual impairments, Microsoft recognizes that it may be a little harder to use the default Windows mouse pointer. It scales with your screen resolution, and while some may be fine with relatively small text, the pointer may be where they draw the line.
In an upcoming update to Windows 1
0, currently known as 19H1, Microsoft is making it easier to use the mouse and customize it for users who are visually impaired. You will no longer need to change your scaling or neuter your resolution but instead it is possible to change the size and color of the pointer via various sliders the firm is implementing.
How to customize the mouse pointer in Windows 10 19H1 +  Open Summon Ease of Access with the Windows Key + U keyboard shortcut.
Look for 'Cursor and Pointer.'There are a few options, and we'll run through them.
Change pointer size : You can change the pointer size from its relatively petite figure to a much larger one by dragging the slider until it is acceptable
Change the pointer color : Microsoft lets you choose between white , black and multicolored. You can choose from a selection of default colors, or make up your favorite color isn't represented.
Change Cursor thickness: You can also dabble with the cursor here and change it to
For Windows 10 1809 and below
- Open Ease of Access with Windows + U
- Navigate to "Mouse."
- Select your preferred size. Microsoft offers three sizes: small, medium and large.