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Ever increasing accessibility from Windows 10 and Office 365?

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Feb 2016

Ever increasing accessibility from Windows 10 and Office 365?

A recent blog post from Microsoft’s Chief Accessibility Officer, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, highlighted the companies continued commitment to increasing Accessibility access within their latest operating system, and Microsoft Office package. Here’s a breakdown of what they’ve discussed: Windows 10: In 2015, we launched Windows 10 across the globe with built in Accessibility fundamentals but we know we have work to do to make Windows 10 a...

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BETT Roundup – Chromebooks and TextHELP for Chrome

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Jan 2016

BETT Roundup – Chromebooks and TextHELP for Chrome

First on our BETT Round-Up, Chromebooks, TextHELP Read&Write! Google Chromebooks are a revolutionary new way to access Computers, and are becoming increasingly popular in Education, due to their low cost, efficiency and ease of use. Chromebooks utilise the web far more than your typical Windows or Mac OS X Operating System, creating a seamless experience from App to App, from Email to Browsing, Documents and...

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Mac OS X – El Capitan

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Oct 2015

Mac OS X – El Capitan

Apple have released their latest version of Mac OS X – El Capitan. The creatively named Upgrade brings with it enhanced performance, and a selection of new features: One of the cleverest features is something we can all sympathise with; ever lose your cursor and instinctively move the mouse? Now in El Capitan when you do this, the cursor will grow in size, helping you...

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IOS 9 – The Hidden Accessibility Features you didn’t even know about

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Sep 2015

IOS 9 – The Hidden Accessibility Features you didn’t even know about

With the release of IOS 9, keen observers will have noticed that the font utilised has changed. The new font, dubbed San Francisco, was intially designed for┬áthe Apple Watch, with readability the key criteria in it’s creation. IOS 9 rolls San Francisco out to all IOS Devices, such as iPhones, iPods and iPads. With dynamic capabilities, and rounded typeface, the font is much more readable...

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Apple iPad Pro, iPhone 6S Handsets and the new Apple Stylus

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Sep 2015

Apple iPad Pro, iPhone 6S Handsets and the new Apple Stylus

Apple have just unveiled their brand new iPad, the iPad Pro. Attempting to appeal to business users, over the typical consumer users that have made previous iPads so incredibly popular, the new iPad Pro is described as a Tablet suited to work tasks, video games and editing or watching movies. With a larger 12.9in (32.8cm) screen and a resolution of 2,732 x 2,048 pixels, the...

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