This section looks at the many ways you can make your keyboard and mouse easier to use.
Make your mobile or tablet easier to use
There are a number of ways you can make your mobile or tablet easier to use if you have any physical difficulties. These include using voice recognition adjusting the time you have to touch and hold icons for certain actions.
Make your computer easier to use
There are a number of ways you can make your computer to use if you have any physical difficulties. This section provides details on how switches can be used to aid access to computers for people with physical difficulties.
Using your keyboard instead of a mouse
This section explains how you can navigate a web page and your computer with the keyboard.
Making your mouse easier to use
This section explains the wide range of options to make your mouse easier to use such as slowing your mouse down, making the mouse left-handed and enlarging the mouse pointer.
Making your keyboard easier to use
This section looks at the many ways you can make your keyboard more accessible such as changing how it responds to your typing, making it one-handed and using Windows on-screen keyboard.
Talking to your device
This section details how you can use voice recognition to speak to your device. This enables you to control your device hands free, and is also useful for helping with spelling or typing errors.