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Accessibility: Configure Your PC for Easier Access

Windows has always been a highly customisable operating system, but users with sight or mobility problems may find it difficult to perform certain tasks. Whether you are using XP or Vista, there are a range of accessibility options available that can be used to make your computer easier to use. Ranging from improving the visibility of on-screen items by making them larger or using a high contrast colour scheme, to having text read aloud, there is a great deal that can be done to make Windows more accessible.

Category: Installation & Setup
Issue: 2009 Issue 3 May/June
Operating Systems: XP, Vista
Article Reference: A4

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