Accessibility on Mac: The ultimate guide

The Mac remains one of the most accessible platforms today, with features to serve all needs.Computers should be for everyone, and that includes those with physical impairments, whether it be to their sight, hearing, or motor function. Apple strives to create products and software that are as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. Here’s how you can set up accessibility features on Mac to make them work for you and your needs.For the visually impaired, VoiceOver is a handy tool that reads out what’s on the screen and also lets you know what your mouse is over so that you don’t click the wrong thing.How to enable VoiceOver on MacIf you have trouble reading text on your Mac or would like to see parts of your screen in greater detail, then you can enable the Zoom function, which basically adds a magnifying glass to your screen

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Accessibility on Mac: The ultimate guide