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There are two ways to permanently turn off Sticky Keys in Windows 10, and they both involve going into your computer's settings.
How to use and turn off VoiceOver on an iPhone, and disable the audio descriptions and gestures associated with the accessibility feature
You can turn off VoiceOver on an iPhone if you don't prefer to use the feature's gestures or hear its audio descriptions. Here's how to do it.
There are two ways to zoom in on an iPhone: with a standard finger gesture in applicable apps, or through the Accessibility menu's zoom features.
No phone? No problem. At least at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. The ride-hailing company says more locations are to be announced.
You can zoom in on a PC easily in a web browser or app, or use Windows' built-in Magnifier tool to zoom in on other areas of your screen. Here's how.
You can change the color of your iPhone screen in several ways through the device's Accessibility settings. Here's how to do it.
This 3-minute video is an incredible demonstration of the new Voice Control feature in iOS 13, which lets you control every aspect of your iPhone with...
Voice Control is a new accessibility feature coming in iOS 13, which lets you control every single aspect of your iPhone using only your voice.
If you're having trouble reading your iPhone, you can adjust its font display. Here's how to change the font size on an iPhone and enable bold text.
From Disney Cruise Lines to Princess Cruises, here are some cruise lines that accommodate people with disabilities.
If any of your apps don’t work in MacOS Mojave, a small tweak in your settings might fix the problem
Adobe Photoshop wouldn't open after I upgraded to MacOS Mojave. But a simple trick fixed my problem — and it could fix your incompatible apps, too.