• Windows’ built-in basics

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    ISSUE 19.43 • 2022-10-24


    Chris Husted

    By Chris Husted

    When it comes to adaptive and assistive technologies, especially those found under Ease of Access in Windows Settings, most people think the extra functions do not apply to them, simply because they are not disabled.

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    As Stephen Dawes, a long-time Plus member and a Senior IT Systems Analyst based in Calgary, Canada, points out, “When a technology is developed to help a specific group of people, and when it is done right, everyone benefits.”

    Read the full story in our Plus Newsletter (19.43.0, 2022-10-24).
    This story also appears in our public Newsletter.