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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
I love using the win+ directional keys to maximize/minimize/push windows the right or left. But, I do not like my windows being automatically arranged near the edge of the screen.
Despite, I have all options in the "Make your computer easier to use" disabled, including nested options like "Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard" and "Make the keyboard easier to use", i
I want to make my Powerpoint Slides accessible.
I have low-grade Microtia - meaning that my ear canal is congenitally blocked (and the external ear somewhat under-dev
I'm designing a logo for web and software (also reporting) entity.
Today I tried to login to my desktop happily running Windows 10. I was unable to log in to the computer, because while my mouse worked perfectly, my keyboard wouldn't enter a single key.
I have two desktop computers A (Windows 7 Home premium)and B (Windows 7 Home basic), both using Windows 7.
On Windows 8.1, is there a way to remove the accessibility features completely?
I googled lot around related to the following problem: I have a freshly pre-installed Windows 10 on my Dell notebook.
I recently bought a new Win10 pc. Then I tried to access the folders I had saved in an external hard drive, which I used to use with Windows 7.
I have my hands full most of the day although I can do some operations on a computer.
I'm currently running Opensuse 42.1 Leap.
I have a visual disability so I use the Zoom functionality built into Gnome's Universal Access tools.
For some strange reason, whenever I log in to my LXDE desktop, I see the KDE accessibility applet on the panel/taskbar.
While working in Visual Studio and Firefox, I must have accidentally pressed some key combination that activated some accessibility feature of one of the involved applications (or of Windows 8.1 it
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