Accessibility features in Windows 11

This article that my colleague Dave Goldsborough sent me is very useful to get a glimpse of what’s changing. The biggest change is gone has “Ease of Access” and in comes “ Accessibility”. The aim is to make things easier to find and use. Anyway, read what this article says:-

The above article goes into more detail and explains that technical changes will make the experience for say, blind users , more seamless with a wider range of Office applications it will work with. At the moment I have not had the opportunity to trial this out. I think my equipment is a little old for it. But it needs to be tried out before any recommendation. I hope that I will be able to do that one day soon.

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