If you haven't already noticed, let me be the first to tell you that Windows 7 has more accessories than you'll probably ever use. Hidden among all those accessories are some true gems, including the Snipping Tool, a handy utility that you can use to capture screens and windows; Sticky Notes, a scratch pad for creating memos; and Windows Speech Recognition, a program you can use to dictate documents and control programs using your voice and a microphone. You'll find plenty of extras for both laptops and Tablet PCs, too, including the Mobility Center, Pen Flicks, Input Panel, and Windows Journal. You'll also find accessories for making your computer more accessible to the handicapped, including the Ease of Access Center, Magnifier, Narrator, and On-Screen Keyboard.
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