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  • BBC My Web My Way - Explains common web accessibility options on Windows, Mac and Linux machines.
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  • BrailleSurf 4.0 - Basic web browser driving a Braille display.
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  • Emacspeak --The Complete Audio Desktop - Fully-fledged GNU/Linux speech-enabled browser with support for Aural CSS.
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  • Enhancing Internet Access - Touchscreen system for people with disabilities and special needs.
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  • Fire Vox - Talking Browser Extension for Firefox - An open source suite of extensions for Firefox that make Firefox into a talking browser for the visually impaired.
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  • Firefox Accessibar - Firefox extension that allows you to change the appearance of web pages, including zoom and colour changes, and read back web pages.
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  • Guide - An all-in-one software package featuring a self-voicing web browser from Software Express.
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  • MozBraille - Self-voicing and Braille output based on the Mozilla browser.
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  • PnC Net - Magnifying and self-voicing web browser.
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  • Portset WebTalk Internet Browser - Portset WebTalk browser and ISP, used with KeySpeak screen reader.
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  • System Access to Go - Online screenreader, free, available from any Internet-connected Windows machine.
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  • User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 - A recommendation from the W3C for how to designing user agents to lower barriers to Web accessibility for people with disabilities.
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  • The Wanna-Be Web Browser - Apple Mac text-only browser.
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  • WebAnywhere - Online service that lets you navigate web pages as with a screenreader, but works just by navigating to the WebAnywhere site. No installation or software required.
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  • WebbIE - Web browser and other related utilities for blind and visually-impaired screen-reader users.
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  • WebFormator - Works with Internet Explorer and provides an accessible text-only re-presentation of a web page for a user's screen reader.
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  • Current Browsers and the User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 - An article by Patrick H. Lauke for the Web Standards Project, examining how well today's browsers adhere to the guidelines from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative. (May 20, 2007)
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