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Built-in operating system accessibility

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Both the Windows and Apple operating systems have numerous built-in features for accessibility. Some of these accessibility options involve adjusting the settings on a standard keyboard (e.g., key repeat rate), mouse (e.g., mouse speed, cursor size), or monitor (e.g., icon size) to make them easier to use. In addition, some basic assistive technology software is included in both operating systems, such as magnification software and onscreen keyboards.


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