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The most inclusively designed version of Windows

Windows 11 is designed for productivity, creativity, and ease of use with a simple and modern look, to empower people with disabilities to achieve more.


Make your Office more accessible

Make the content you create and share more accessible for all by following accessibility best practices in the M365 apps you use every day.


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Explore accessibility tools

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Need a larger screen? A brighter screen? A narrator to read text? Find out about accessibility tools and features for people who are blind, color blind, or have low vision.

Learn about vision-related tools

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For those who are hard of hearing, have hearing loss, or have deafness, our specialized features can provide solutions including closed captioning, mono audio, and live call transcription.

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Our suite of products helps people living with arthritis, quadriplegia, spinal cord injuries, and other mobility issues to navigate the digital world in non-traditional ways.

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Our applications for people living with learning disabilities can help increase focus, concentration, and understanding—and include tools to improve reading and writing skills.

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Education for all

Every learner is unique, and teachers are skilled at helping each individual student learn in their own way. Microsoft has tools and training to help educators and parents create inclusive learning environments to help every learner achieve more.

Resources for inclusive learning

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