keyboard


BigKeys is a standard push-button keyboard but with bigger keys. The keys are 1″ square and are very clearly marked with text that is […]

BigKeys


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The following is a list of specialist keyboards designed for people with physical, visual or cognitive disabilities. See my Keyboard Access page for information […]

Keyboards for Disabled People


Word prediction when typing has become common place thanks to the feature built into mobile phones. However long before that word prediction was available […]

Word Prediction





Sticky Keys is a free Windows accessibility features that helps people who find it difficult to hold down two keys at the same time.

Sticky Keys in Windows 10



Windows 8 On Screen Keyboard
  Although it is possible to buy keyboards of alternative shapes and sizes, access can often be improved by use of Windows’ Accessibility Options […]

Solutions for keyboard difficulties


Dasher Screenshot
The Inference Group at Cambridge University originally intended to create a method of entering text into PDAs and other mobile devices. The result, however, […]

Hands-free computer access using Dasher


This page explains how computers can be accessed using keyboard shortcuts which, when combined with a mouse, can make using a computer much quicker. […]

Using keyboard shortcuts





Windows allows you to adjust the keyboard repeat rate to avoid accidental doubling-up of letters. If this does not meet your needs then Windows also offers a more specialist Slow Keys feature.

Windows 10 Keyboard Repeat Rate