Windows 8 will be more accessible to those with disabilities


Microsoft is enhancing some of the accessibility features in Windows 8 to make the new OS easier for people with disabilities, CNET reports. Certain "assistive technologies" have long been a part of Windows. The built-in Narrator can read text aloud to people who are blind. The Magnifier can zoom in to display content for people who have trouble seeing. Speech recognition allows people who are unable to type to navigate
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