Tag Archives: Accessibility

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How to Control your Mac with Head Gestures

The Mac platform has always been one of the best computing environments for accessibility, and a recent macOS update added a feature that points the way to a possible future where the mouse, trackpad, and even finger taps may not be needed to control your Mac. macOS 10.15.4 brought a new alternative control method to the Mac – using your head and facial gestures.

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Speed Up macOS Catalina with These Tips

Did you recently upgrade to macOS Catalina? After the initial thrill of seeing a new desktop and exploring new features, did you notice that your Mac isn’t as fast as it used to be? While it isn't normal for the Mac to slow down after a system upgrade, it has been known to happen.

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New Features in Pages 8.2 for Mac

While there has been a lot of coverage of the new features in Apple's operating systems – primarily macOS Catalina, iOS 13, and iPadOS 13 – some of Apple's productivity apps have also gained functionality recently. Today we'll take a look at some useful new features that appeared in Pages 8.2, which became available on September 30th, 2019.

Voice Control Comes to macOS Catalina

Voice Control, a new feature coming to the macOS in the fall of 2019, will allow you to control your device with spoken words. Improved versions for iOS and iPadOS will be released around the same time. While it's true...

macOS 101: Using Accessibility’s Vision and VoiceOver Options

Last week, we started our foray into the Mac's Accessibility features with an overview of the services available, and a look at the General category, which provides quick access to many of the Accessibility features. If you would like to...

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