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Accessibility in Microsoft Windows

There are a number of accessibility options that are available in Windows, such as:

  • Resize icons, adjust text size and color, customize the mouse cursor, and more our display and vision settings make it easy to personalize your viewing experience.

  • The screen-reading app, Narrator, will read off the contents of any page, window, or application you click into piece by piece, while also reciting the specific portions of those selections out loud. It can also access Braille.

  • Magnifier is designed to assist anyone who either has trouble reading their screen and there are a number of tools to enable you to increase the color contrast of text and images on your screen, making them easier to identify.


To explore accessibility tools, to Start > Settings > Ease of Access to see what’s available.