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Accessibility Options

Microsoft has made a point of increasing computer accessibility for people who are physically challenged in one way or another. Over the last half decade, Microsoft has increasingly included accessibility options in its operating systems, with features that allow many challenged people to use Windows without major machine or software modifications.

Many people have difficulty seeing characters on the screen, and others have trouble typing on the keyboard or controlling the mouse. People who are partially paralyzed or who have muscle-coordination problems have been at a disadvantage with computers for a long time. Now, with these accessibility options, the playing field is being leveled at least somewhat. Even if you are not disabled, some of the Accessibility options may prove useful for you.


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