Freeware: impaired users

By thewoosterisroot
Aug 17, 2006
  1. Hey guys, I have a sister with very poor vision, so I am looking for a Free program to help her out. Many of the programs i have looked at cost over $100, easy. If that is what needs to be spent, fine, but i was wondering if there are any good, free options out there. I've been looking, but most of the programs are demos, or don't work that well. Anyway, thanks guys.
  2. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Would Windows own accessibilty options help?

    Click start/all programmes/Accessories/Accessibilty.

    Regards Howard :)
  3. thewoosterisroot

    thewoosterisroot TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 192

    Yes, i have looked into that. I will probably examine windows componets in more detail, but unforunently i don't think they are going to make the cut.
  4. lilsweety577

    lilsweety577 TS Rookie
  5. EsTeBaNo

    EsTeBaNo TS Rookie Posts: 84

    Try Checking at
    They have any kinds of stuff there
  6. thewoosterisroot

    thewoosterisroot TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 192

    Hey, thanks all for you help. However, events have take a change for the better,and it looks like a "school for the blind" might be paying for her to have a professional program (one of those programs that is ridiculously overpriced but does work well), so that takes care of that. Thanks again :)
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