Making Windows XP work for you
With each version of Windows that has been released over the past several years, Microsoft and other developers have been made aware of the issues surrounding accessibility and ease of use on the PC. The latest version of Windows XP includes a number of settings and options that can be relatively easily configured to make it more accessible to users. It is surprising to learn just how many people are unaware of many of these features and also, importantly, many of them are free.
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