Windows XP includes a suite of tools that allow you to configure various levels of accessibility on your computer. For example, you can magnify areas of the screen, display messages in place of warning tones, and filter repeated key strokes. With the Windows XP accessibility tools, you can configure your keyboard, mouse, display, and sounds in a way best suited to meet your individual needs.
The Windows XP accessibility tools provide only a minimal level of accessibility to users with certain types of disabilities. These users often require functionality more advanced than what the Windows XP tools can support. For this reason, this section references other products that might be useful to users with disabilities. ...