MacWorld's Christopher Breen made an excellent video that highlights the Universal Access options on Macs and offers tips about how to use it — including some features that may be useful to everyone — not just users with disabilities.
Very few Mac users understand just how powerful Universal Access is-or what a bargain it is. For the last several iterations of Mac OS X, Apple has included the kind of accessibility features that, on Windows, you had to pay a small fortune for. Universal Access is one of those features that demonstrates just how focused Apple can be on all of its users.
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