Accessibility meaning

Hardware and software technologies that help visually or physically impaired people to use the computer. For example, the Accessibility Options control panel in Windows provides keyboard, mouse and screen options for people who have difficulty typing or seeing the screen. See assistive technology.
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The quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach; receptiveness.
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(computing) Features that increase software usability for users with certain impairments.
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Origin of accessibility

  • accessible +"Ž -ity, after Late Latin accessibilitas, from Latin accessibilis

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