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Window-Eyes 9 Screen Reader Released by Ai Squared

  • Published: 2015-01-13 : Author: Ai Squared : Contact: www.aisquared.com
  • Synopsis: Release of Window-Eyes 9, a software program used by people who are blind or have low vision to access and use computers.

Quote: "In 2014, Microsoft partnered with Ai Squared to provide Window-Eyes for free to anyone around the globe who has a valid license of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher."

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Window-Eyes 9 offers numerous new innovative features and functionality that enhance the overall user experience for every user.

"This major release has received rave reviews from screen reader users who have helped us develop this product. Window-Eyes 9 further embodies our philosophy of innovation, ease of use, and wider compatibility with third-party PC software," says Jeremy Curry, Director of Product Management, Screen Reading, Ai Squared.

Key product enhancements include:

"Our company's passion is providing a full family of digital access solutions which enable users to stay productive at work, school, or at home. The new feature-rich enhancements included in Window-Eyes 9 demonstrate our commitment to screen reading technology," says David Wu, CEO of Ai Squared.

According to the World Health Organization, over 285 million people in the world are considered vision disabilities; 39 million of those are blind and 246 million have moderate to severe vision disabilities.

In 2014, Microsoft partnered with Ai Squared to provide Window-Eyes for free to anyone around the globe who has a valid license of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher.

"We are excited to be a part of the ongoing partnership with Ai Squared and be able to provide the improvements of Window-Eyes 9 to users of Microsoft Office," says Rob Sinclair, Chief Accessibility Officer at Microsoft.

For more information or to place an order, call (802) 362-3612 or email sales(at)aisquared(dot)com, www.aisquared.com


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