This tutorial covers the navigation shortcuts for reading the contents of a web page with NVDA.

This tutorial covers how to change the speaking rate and other voice settings for NVDA, a free screen reader for Windows.

One of the first things you will want to do after you install NVDA is change the synthesizer. NVDA ships with eSpeak, but the Microsoft Windows 7 synthesizer offers a much better voice.

NVDA (Non Visual Desktop Access) is a free, open source screen reader for Windows. This tutorial covers how to get started using NVDA on your Windows computer.

NVDA (Non Visual Desktop Access) is a free, open source screen reader for Windows. This tutorial covers how to install the program on your computer.

VoiceOver is the screen reader included with Mac OS X. This tutorial covers how to use the keyboard to open the VoiceOver Utility and change VoiceOver preferences while VoiceOver itself is active.

VoiceOver is the screen reader included with Mac OS X. This tutorial covers how to use the keyboard to navigate to the Universal Access preferences, where the accessibility settings for Mac OS X are found, while the screen reader is active.

Spotlight is the search technology built into Mac OS X. With Spotlight and VoiceOver, you can search your computer for files, folders, emails and other items using just the keyboard.

VoiceOver is the screen reader built into Mac OS X. It includes Alex, an advanced system voice that closely resembles a human voice.

Windows 7 includes Narrator, a basic screen reader that can read the information on the screen for people who are visually impaired.

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