Accessibility Improvements to Microsoft 8

May 13, 2014

Microsoft’s latest Operating Systems just got a whole lot more accessible to the visually impaired thanks to Dolphin Computer Access.

The new update, called SuperNova v13.50, seamlessly enlarges text and graphics, changes difficult colors to more comfortable alternatives, highlights the cursor positions more clearly, and has a function in which all text can be orated in natural sounding voices and translated accurately to literary Braille.

Dolphin ascertains that this system will assist people with partial eyesight, as well as business and schools by deploying a single, affordable solution that is straightforward to support and maintain.

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