Craig Burns, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us Cortana, which is Microsoft’s voice-enabled productivity assistant. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about Cortana.
Microsoft’s mission is to “empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more.” This kind of inclusivity is especially apparent in the Windows 10 update that launched earlier this summer. The update will vastly improve the system experience for all users, especially those with disabilities. Internally, the Windows accessibility team members refer to […]
Brian Norton, Manager of Clinical Assistive Technology, at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us shows us two iOS built in screen reader options: speak selection and speak screen. Check it out here:
Ashlee Aleshire-Ash, ReUse Technician at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us an app called MacID that allows you to open up your Mac with just your fingerprint. Check it out here:
There are no built-in screen readers for Windows operating systems and the screen reader software compatible had cost hundreds of dollars until a year ago when Ai Squared and GW Micro merged and partnered with Microsoft last year and started providing “people who are blind, visually impaired, or print disabled with a completely functional and free […]
The INDATA blog is proud to offer information about assistive technology computers and devices; however, we realize that certain products we feature can sometimes be very expensive or too sophisticated and overreaching of certain individual’s AT needs. The Tech Tip for this week features equipment for the iMac that comes standard with the purchase of the computer. […]