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(Audio Description) Windows Narrator gets more accessible with QuickStart
Narrator QuickStart makes it easier to learn Narrator for Windows users with low vision and blindness.
Meet Analy and Matt: Getting you there with Maps
Meet Analy Otero Diaz and Matt Cooley, Windows engineers who help make Windows Maps do the amazing things it does.
Windows 10: thicker contour line around window
Hi, is it possible to make the contour line around windows thicker without having to use the high contrast mode?
Request/suggestion for a specified sound for system updates
This morning I experienced a download which (for whatever reason) did not complete. So, I used settings and downloaded again. 😀 All went well. However, I would not have known that there was a special icon at the bottom of my screen indicating 'attention' except for a family member mentioning this. For the future releases is it possible to include sounds which assist the visually impaired to respond to 'system attentions' 🤔 - would be helpful # JustAsking 😀
Night light: Why Windows won't keep you up at night
The light shining from your PC screen does more than just display your work. As Windows engineer Tyler Donahue explains, one of a computer screen's eye-opening effects led to creation of the night light feature in Windows 10.
(Audio Description) Windows 10 accessibility features empower everyone
Windows 10 accessibilities features are at the core of the system thanks to Windows Accessibility (a.k.a Input for everyone) team.
Windows 10 closed captions ease access to video
Many people find closed captioning helpful not only when watching videos, but also when using a PC. Windows includes several settings to make computer work easier when hearing is difficult.
As we’ve reported, Microsoft’s Seeing AI is an app designed to help people with low vision or who are blind. It enhances the world around the user with rich audio descriptions. It can read a handwritten note or scan a barcode and then tell the user what the product is. Point a camera at something and the app will describe how many people it ...
This guide describes the most popular accessibility features of Windows and Microsoft Office. It also covers assistive technology products for Windows and Microsoft Office that are designed for people who are blind or low vision. For a more complete overview d ownload the full guide.. If you have questions related to accessibility, contact the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk.
Computer vision, Graphics and multimedia, Human-computer interaction, Social sciences Designing computer vision algorithms to describe the visual world to people who are blind or low vision webinar. March 11, 2020
Image descriptions are vital to making digital content fully accessible to people who are blind or have low vision. However, as past research has shown, content authors often leave out these descriptions—also known as “alternative text” or “alt text”—for images on the web and on social media, making AI-based vision-to-language services that automatically generate image descriptions ...
The light version of Outlook Web App is optimized to support users who are blind or who have low vision. Additionally, it supports older web browsers. For more info about the light version of Outlook Web App, see Outlook Web App Light. For more info about accessibility features in Office 365, see Accessibility in Office 365.