Computer Accessibility Features
How to pronounce:
/kəmˈpjuː.t̬ɚ/ /əkˌses.əˈbɪl.ə.t̬i/ /ˈfiː.tʃɚ/
Built-in customizable features within a computer operating system that make the computer easier to use by people with disabilities. For example, this includes the ability to aid users with visual, motor, and hearing difficulties with features like a screen reader, changing color combinations, text or icon size, on-screen keyboard, customizing mouse features, changing volume, visual notifications, and text captions.