Windows Vista includes built-in accessibility
settings and programs that make it easier to see, hear, and use your computer. The accessibility settings and programs in Windows Vista are particularly helpful to people with visual difficulties, hearing loss, pain in their hands or arms, or reasoning and cognitive issues.
Major accessibility improvements in Windows Vista include:
• The new Ease of Access Center to help you find the settings and tools that make it easier for you to see, hear, and use your computer.
• Improved magnification capabilities in Microsoft Magnifier.
• Improved text-to-speech capabilities in Microsoft Narrator.
• The new Speech Recognition experience that lets you interact with your computer by voice.
The other improvements in Vista are:
• Desktop Search
Any time you have a folder open, a search box appears in the upper right corner. From there, you can search for any kind of file or information on your computer. While the desktop search is powerful and makes it easy to find files fast, you can also add metadata to your files making it a snap to find them later.
• Use search to find and launch applications
Using the search box that's built into the Start menu, you can find and launch any application with ease.
• User Account Control
The User Account Control feature in Vista is shaping up to be one of the best security improvements. In XP, you have to choose between the risks of an Administrator account or the limits of a Limited account.
• Backup and Restore
You can backup to more types of devices than ever before, and if you have an external hard drive, you can schedule backups to
happen automatically. Combined with improved restore functions, the Backup and Restore features in Windows Vista help to ensure you won't loose important files or information.
• Windows Explorer
Along with the desktop search features, one aspect of Windows Explorer in Vista is live icons, which let you see the contents of any file or folder without opening the file.
• Windows Speech Recognition
The inclusion of speech recognition in Vista is a great feature for anyone, but especially those with disabilities.
• Windows Aero Glass
Depending on your hardware, you might be privileged to experience Windows Aero, the new visual style for
Vista. Aero offers transparent window frames, live thumbnails in the taskbar, live thumbnails in the application switcher, and more.
• Internet Explorer 7
IE7 is the latest version of Microsoft's popular browser. Largely in response to Firefox's growth, IE7 offers features like tabbed browsing and improved security that make it a must-have.
• Performance Improvements
Vista offers some new features that can improve the performance of your computer, including Windows Ready Boost, Windows Super Fetch, Windows Ready Drive, and the Sleep power state.
• New Applications and Games
In Windows Vista you have Windows Media Player 11, Windows
Media Center, Windows DVD Maker, Windows Movie Maker, Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Sidebar and Gadgets, Windows Contacts, Windows Defender, Windows Calendar, Windows Mail, Sync Center, Games, Windows Meeting Space, and the Snipping Tool.
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