|Accessibility in Windows 7|
|Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:36|
Windows 7 includes accessibility options and programs that make it easier to see, hear, and use your computer including ways to personalize your PC. Windows 7 includes significant accessibility improvements. Magnifier now includes a lens mode and full-screen mode. On-Screen Keyboard can be resized to make it easier to see and includes text prediction. Windows 7 also gives you more ways to interact with your PC by taking advantage of new strides in speech recognition and touch technology.
Quick access to common tools.
Magnifier, On-Screen Keyboard, Narrator, and High Contrast quickly.
Get recommendations to make your computer easier to use.
An optional questionnaire provides a personalized list of recommended settings based on your answers to a series of questions about your eyesight, dexterity, hearing, and more. A custom list of recommended settings is provided so you can choose which options you want to try.
Explore all settings by category.
Instead of looking for accessibility settings in various places, settings are organized so you can explore how to:
Use the computer without a display
Make the computer easier to see
Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard
Make the mouse easier to use
Make the keyboard easier to use
Use text or visual alternatives for sounds
Make it easier to focus on tasks
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 11:44|
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