Windows 11 was inclusively designed to support productivity, creativity, and ease of use for people with disabilities. With a robust set of built-in and third-party accessibility features, Windows adapts to you.
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Distinguish colors easily
Type what you want to do
Tell Me lets you quickly access commands in several Office apps without navigating the command ribbon. You can use Tell Me to assist with formatting, discover the difficult-to-find capabilities and even get scoped help in the Office apps using everyday language.
Experience maps in 3D sound
Work with assistive technologies
Office apps work seamlessly with screen readers and keyboards on most devices. Step-by-step guidance is available per application to help you get started.
Make Windows 10 easier to see
Use your device without a screen
Remind all to check accessibility
A MailTip in Outlook on the web to inform coworkers of your preference for accessible content. This prompt reminds them to run Accessibility Checker before sending an email to you and fix any issues that might make the content difficult for people with disabilities to consume.
Get a closer look
Save time with shortcuts
Know where you are
See every detail
Hear descriptive audio everywhere
Sign in without a password
See every detail—without the strain
Whether you are sensitive to light or just work long hours in front of a screen, you can use the new Dark themes and Contrast themes in Windows 11 to reduce screen brightness and increase contrast—without sacrificing aesthetics.
Make your PC speak for itself
Narrator provides simplified navigation and audio descriptions so you can easily interact with everything on your screen with your keyboard or preferred Braille device. So lean back and listen to the latest news or get to work on your email—no screen required.