Microsoft launches accessible version of Windows 10
February 3, 2017
Technology company Microsoft has announced the release of a new Windows 10 version. The software is for personal computers and can be used by people participating in the Windows Insider Program.
The latest ISO 15025 has new accessibility features like a braille support in beta through the Windows' Narrator screen reader.
It also allows a screen reader to deliver audio in one ear bud or earphone helping to keep the other ear free.
However, some issues are also present in the version. It can give errors while playing games. It will not show progress while downloading.
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