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Tag Archives: Windows
We have completely revised our Freeware Products page. The items are a small selection of the vast range of available applications, mainly Windows-based rather than Android or Apple Apps, or interactive programs. There are suggestions for: 1. Portable USB Pen … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged calculators, downloadable, dtyslexia, freeware, planning, reading, USB pendrives, web use, Windows, writing Leave a comment
Make Windows accessible
10 suggestions for making Windows accessible from Ira David Socol These are addressed to schools, but the suggestions may be useful for dyslexic people of all ages. The Speech Recognition in Windows is excellent. However, you cannot hear what the computer … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged accessible, assistive technology, dyslexia, speech to text, text-to-speech, Windows Leave a comment