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Screen readers for accessibility

Screen readers are a form of assistive technology for people with disabilities. A list of screen readers is available including a section, Software aids for people with reading difficulties.

Reader software examples include Spoken Web, JAWS, and NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA). In addition, Fangs screen reader emulator is an open-source extension for the Pale Moon browser that simulates how a web page would look in JAWS.