Browsing the web can be tricky if you're visually impaired. There are things you can to help, such as enlargen the fonts on a particular page or zoom in to images with Internet Explorer. However, pages that use Flash or fixed fonts make it tricky to enlargen fonts. The other option is to use a tool such as a magnifying glass to zoom in to areas of your web page.
Magnifying Glass Pro is a tool that enables you to do just this. It works in the same way as a loupe tool within a professional photography suite. You get a magnifying glass that you can zoom over areas of a your desktop to magnify the area. This tool is useful for a fonts which are too small to read - especially fonts used for terms and conditions on web pages.
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