Web browser aims to make Internet more accessible

12/12/2008 | Yahoo!

The next version of Internet Explorer contains new features meant to make it more accessible to people with disabilities, a Microsoft accessibility manager said. The new browser will make certain page elements larger for people with visual impairments without requiring additional scrolling and will allow navigation without a mouse for those with limited mobility.

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