System Access screen reader

System Access is a screen reader for Windows computers. It speaks on-screen content using a synthetic voice, and can also be used with an optional braille display.

System Access works with Windows XP and all later versions of Windows. It supports many popular applications including the Microsoft Office suite, and browsers like Internet Explorer.

System Access comes with the DECTalk range of synthetic voices. You can also purchase higher quality voices from the Eloquence RealSpeak, NeoSpeech and Ivona ranges.

  • Manufacturer: Serotek
  • Price: $399 (Approx. £240)
  • Platform: Windows

Getting started with System Access

You can download a trial version of System Access from the Serotek website. The System Access help guide is available online.

You can also use a free online version called System Access To Go. You must be connected to the internet to use this version.

Training and tutorials for System Access

There is a basic overview of System Access available on YouTube.

Getting help with System Access

Serotek has the answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about System Access. You can also contact Serotek directly by completing an help request form.

BCAB runs an email discussion forum. The BCAB forum is for discussion about all kinds of technology, so it’s a great place to get help from System Access users in the UK. It's free to join, just create an account.