The Microsoft Accessibility website provides features and guides that make it easier to see, hear, and use your computer. To get the most out of the accessibility features in your PC, check the accessibility features in Windows.

The Ease of Access Center provides a convenient, centralized place to locate accessibility settings and programs to make your computer easier to use. The Ease of Access Center can be found in the Control Panel by selecting Windows logo key+U and also when logging into Windows.

Quick access to common tools:

AI Squared (formerly GW Micro) and Microsoft offer customers using a licensed version of Office 2010 or newer a free download of the Window-Eyes screen reader for Windows PCs.

For more information and to download Window-Eyes, visit www.windoweyesforoffice.com.

NVDA is a free, open-source screen reader.