Accessible technology facilitates the ability to participate and thrive in today's world. We’ve collected stories showcasing our accessibility products and apps.
We’re making a commitment to expand accessibility in our technology, our workforce, and the workplace at large.
Explore accessibility in Microsoft products and apps
Windows 11 was inclusively designed to support productivity, creativity, and ease of use for people with disabilities.
Microsoft 365 Apps
Microsoft 365 provides accessible apps and cloud services to help people and organizations create, communicate, and collaborate from any device.
Use features like closed captions, audio transcription, and live reactions in Microsoft Teams help enable more accessible and inclusive collaboration in hybrid meetings.
Nothing should come between you and the games you love. Xbox strives to eliminate barriers, and to empower gamers to play the way they play.
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Hiring people with disabilities
We believe that our workforce must reflect the diversity of everyone who uses our technology. We’ve gathered helpful resources for creating more inclusive workplaces.Get employment resources
AI for Accessibility
Microsoft is committed to revolutionizing access to technology for people living with disabilities—impacting employment and quality of life for more than a billion people in the world.Learn about AI for Accessibility
Tackling misconceptions about dyslexia
Microsoft UK is raising awareness of how technology can support the experience of people with dyslexia and other learning differences. Their new campaign, “Be You,” seeks to empower people with dyslexia and dispel popular misconceptions and stigmas associated with the world’s most common learning disability.
People with disabilities face many barriers when trying to cast their vote. Challenges ranging from inaccessible websites to inconsistent labeling make it difficult to find correct and pertinent information. Learn how Microsoft is working to ensure everyone can make their voices heard.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)
Microsoft Chief Accessibility Officer, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, reflects on our progress and continued commitment to partner with industry professionals, people with disabilities, and allies to make the workplace more accessible and inclusive.Read the GAAD blog
Explore content from Ability Summit 2022
This free, virtual, community event brings together people with disabilities, allies, and industry professionals to Imagine, Build, and Include the future of disability inclusion and accessibility. We are thrilled to share on-demand content from our 12th annual Ability Summit.
Designing for adaptability
Surface products are built to help people be creative, productive, and connected. Surface Adaptive Kit, created in partnership with people with disabilities, makes it easier to adapt, use and navigate your compatible Surface PC and accessories.Get the Surface Adaptive Kit