Accessible Windows: Working with the Accessibility Settings

Although the rest of the world has, over the past few years, striven to increase access for the disabled (in the form of Braille elevator buttons, wheelchair ramps, and handicapped parking spaces, to name a few changes), the computer industry has until recently lagged sadly behind. Most disabled people either had to somehow adapt to the existing systems or use expensive add-ons and software to meet their particular needs.

Windows 95 changed all that by offering a wide selection of accessibility options that let disabled persons customize their systems themselves. Windows 98 continues to offer these tools and adds a couple of new tools to the mix: the Accessibility Wizard and Microsoft ...

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