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Accessible products and technology

We are committed to empower people across the spectrum of disability. Through inclusive design and innovation, we strive to raise the bar on accessible technology.

Accessibility innovation

We strive to accelerate innovation to build a more equitable and accessible future for everyone.

Accessibility by disability

We have products and features that are right for you.

Accessibility in our products

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Windows

Windows 11 is the most accessible version of Windows yet, and we continue to innovate. Designed for and with people with disabilities, its built-in accessibility features support productivity, creativity, and ease of use. Do things your way with Live Captions, Voice Access, Focus Mode, and more.
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Microsoft 365

Communicate and create your way, Microsoft 365 provides accessible apps and cloud services to help you and your organization create, communicate, and collaborate from any device.
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Microsoft Teams

Plan your hybrid meetings with accessibility in mind. With features like closed captions, audio transcription, and live reactions, Microsoft Teams can help enable inclusive collaboration and allow people to participate in the way that works best for them.
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Xbox

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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Visual Studio

Visual Studio’s integrated accessibility tools help developers check their code and identify accessibility issues before they get to users. Developers can also customize their own experiences to be more accessible and productive with features that are compatible with screen readers and other assistive technology.
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Microsoft Adaptive Accessories

Customize your set up with adaptive accessories to fit your unique needs. Our accessories, created in partnership with people with disabilities, are highly adaptable, easy-to-use, and designed to let you customize your mouse, keyboard inputs, and shortcuts.

Get involved

Your opinion is valued and we welcome your feedback. The Insider programs allow you to test early releases and give us pointers on how we could make them even better. The Microsoft Valuable Professional program is a group of subject matter experts who are shaping Microsoft accessibility technology.

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