Meet Windows 11: Accessibility
Discover tricks and features that make Windows 11 even easier to use:
Live captions in Teams
To turn on live captions in a Teams meeting, go to your meeting controls and select More options > Turn on live captions. To learn more, see Use Live captions in a Teams meeting.
Make your images accessible by adding alt text. Select and hold (or right-click) on an image > View Alt Text. Also, see Everything you need to know to write effective alt text for more on composing alt text.
Make it easier to see what’s on your screen by applying a color filter. To add a filter, select Start > Settings > Accessibility > Color filters and choose one that works best for you. For more info, see Use color filters in Windows.
Enter text on your PC using your voice instead of your keyboard. To start dictation, select Windows logo key + H and start talking. To learn more, see Use voice typing to talk instead of type on your PC.
Adaptive accessories kit
Get help with your hardware by adding an accessory that adapts to you. Explore Microsoft adaptive accessories.
Use voice access to control your PC & author text with your voice
Discover Windows accessibility features