Worcester, United Kingdom, November 22, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A UK assistive technology company continues to lead the way in accessibility for Windows 10 – releasing a product update just 6 weeks after the new version of the software was launched to the marketplace.
Dolphin Computer Access was the first to market with a magnifier and combined screen reader offering support for Windows 10. SuperNova 15 was released on 1st September in 3 different editions to meet individual needs.
The development team have continued to work on the software; with version 15.02 introducing speed and performance enhancements as well as new and improved features in the latest update.
SuperNova is unique in that it was developed from the ground up; with all features, usability and compatibility designed specifically to meet the needs of visually impaired users.
All 3 editions of the software are compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10 and can be used on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
SuperNova Magnifier offers magnification up to 64 times with no loss of clarity even at the highest levels, with pan & adjust magnification on tablets and touchscreen laptops, with the touch of a finger.
SuperNova Magnifier & Speech has the added benefit of natural-sounding voices to speak web pages, apps, documents and emails, as well as reading aloud characters and words as the users types, boosting their confidence and productivity. With the independent OCR scan and read facility, paper documents and PDFs also become fully accessible.
SuperNova Magnifier & Screen Reader is ideal for individuals whose sight is changing, or for organisations providing screen access to people with different sight levels. Offering the same OCR scan and read and natural voices as Magnifier & Speech, additions like the Dolphin Cursor and Item Finder to identify what’s on screen, and refreshable Braille make this product suitable for all.
As always, features are fully customisable, from magnification size to voice to speed – making any SuperNova Magnifier product all about the individual.
Dolphin Computer Access was recently named Small Employer of the Year in the Worcestershire Apprentice Awards; demonstrating their commitment not only to visually impaired computer users, but also to the employment needs of their local wider community.