- Windows 11, announced at the end of June, is being designed “with accessibility in mind”.
- The OS will include dark, light and customisable themes, and the improved Closed Captions will be more customisable too.
- Microsoft have rebranded the old “Ease of Access” setting to the more idiomatic “Accessibility”, to make it easier to find your settings.
- Like Windows 10, the new OS will include assistive tech including Narrator, Magnifier, Closed Captions, Windows Speech Recognition and Windows Voice Typing.
- Finally, Windows 11 will support Linux applications via something called WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux), which is being carefully developed to integrate with assistive technologies.
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