Technology is a tool for all people. That’s why our products are built to empower everyone, everywhere. Find out how real people are using today’s technology to achieve even more.

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Our suite of products helps people living with arthritis, quadriplegia, spinal cord injuries, and other mobility issues to navigate the digital world in non-traditional ways.


Need a larger screen? A brighter screen? A narrator to read text? Find out about accessibility tools and features for people who are blind, color blind, or have low vision.


Our applications for people living with learning disabilities can help increase focus, concentration, and understanding—and include tools to improve reading and writing skills.


For those who are hard of hearing, have hearing loss, or have deafness, our specialized features can provide solutions including closed captioning, mono sound, and live call transcription.


Innovative tools such as dictation and Windows Hello sign-in can make the digital world more accessible for those who live with dyslexia, seizures, autism, or other cognitive differences.

Mental health

Learn more about assistive technologies for people living with issues such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, depression, or ADHD. Our products can help with distraction, reading, and concentration.

Accessibility in action

Learn about the latest inclusive developments and accessibility tools, plus how the world of technology is changing to tap everyone’s strengths.


Get information and tips for using accessibility tools and features in Microsoft products to meet specific needs.

Learn more about Windows 10 features such as Eye Control, the On-Screen Keyboard, and other assistive technology tools that can help people with mobility disabilities. Use tools such as Dictate and Touch Mode to help you navigate around Office 365 as well.

Explore the mobility accessibility guide

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