Windows 11 built-in accessibility features empower every person to discover and do the things they love.
Adjust for light and color sensitivity with Windows 11 Dark and Contrast themes. Whether you are sensitive to light or work long hours in front of a screen, you can reduce screen brightness, increase contrast, and never sacrifice aesthetics or quality.
Catch every word from any audio with Windows 11 live captions. Perfect for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, live captions automatically transcribe spoken content from any audio, even the microphone, so you can caption apps and even an in-person conversation.4
Read the words spoken in videos, TV shows, or movies with Windows 11 captions. Customize your experience via text size, font, color, and background.
Hear more from your computer with Windows 11 Mono Audio. Combine the left and right stereo audio channels into a single channel to hear everything in a way that works for you.
Command and control your PC with your voice using Windows 11 voice access, now in preview.4 Open and switch between apps, browse the web, read, and author emails, and more—all without your mouse and keyboard.
Navigate your PC and apps with your eyes, using Windows 11 eye control. Feel empowered with eye-tracking-enabled cameras and a simple launch pad.1
Improve online reading fluency, comprehension, and focus with Immersive Reader in Microsoft Edge. Make web pages easier to read by removing visual clutter and customizing spacing, color, zoom, and more.
Build healthy digital habits and boost productivity with Windows 11 focus sessions. Focus sessions turns on Do Not Disturb, turns off task bar badges, and integrates with your clock to launch a timer that helps you focus and reminds you to take breaks.