Internet Explorer provides a number of advanced options that can help make your browser more accessible and convenient to your personal needs and preferences. By turning some advanced settings on or off, your assistive technology and other accessibility options you select may work better. Find out how to change your individual browser settings by visiting Microsoft's Internet Explorer Accessibility section.
JAWS for windows, the world's most popular screen reader works with your PC to provide access to software applications and the Internet. You can download a free trial copy of the JAWS screen reader.
Lynx, a text only browser, can be downloaded free of charge from the Lynx web site.
The RNIB Web Access Centre can provide useful information and further resources specifically for visually impaired users.