My Computer My Way is a free online guide of accessibility features for computers, tablets and mobile phones. The aim is to provide you details to make whatever device you’re using easier to use via built-in accessibility features, browser extensions or via apps that you can install.
It’s been around for quite a number of years and having revisited the site again recently I am glad to see it has been updated to current operating systems features. So whether you need help now with Android Pie, Windows 10 or iOS12 this useful guide has been updated to include the new built-in accessibility features.
The layout of Accessibility features is divided into four categories
- Vision; options include features to help you see and use applications more clearly
- Hearing; accessibility features and information for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- Motor; ways to make your keyboard, mouse and mobile device easier to use.
- And cognitive; computer adjustments that will make reading writing and using the internet easier.
The good: provides details on just about every build-in accessibility feature for your device.
The not so good: There is a limited amount of information on apps or applications that might also provide useful features.
The verdict: A useful tool for individuals who have limited or no access to an assistive technology service and need help to find solutions on their own.