The Mouse Keys feature in Windows 7 allows you to control the cursor using the numeric keys on your keyboard rather than the mouse.

The Sticky Keys feature of Windows 7 can be helpful to people with limited dexterity who may not be able to hold down several keys at once to enter a complex keyboard shortcut such as Control, Alt, Delete. When Sticky Keys are turned on, pressing the keys in sequence rather than all at once can activate the keyboard shortcut.

The Slow Keys feature of Mac OS X can be helpful to people who have problems with repeated keystrokes. This feature can be used to change how long a key has to be pressed before it is recognized by the computer. By setting a long acceptance delay, repeated keystrokes can be minimized.

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