Windows 95: Removing the ScreenBy Scialli, Peter M.; Braille Monitor, Vol. 41, No. 6
Publication Date: June 1998
Article on the graphical user interface (GUI) for personal computers, highlighting features of GUI-based operating systems that benefit blind people. The discussion focuses on Windows 95. Among the features highlighted are standardization of screen output and keyboard input, expanded file management options, and multitasking abilities. The author concludes that blind people can perform competitively in a GUI environment given the right training.
Published by: National Federation of the Blind (Website:http://www.nfb.org)
Link to text: http://www.nfb.org/bm/bm98/bm980606.htm