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Your Computer Should Meet Your Needs

I’ve said this before, and I’ll continue saying it:  “Accessibility Benefits All.” Whether you have a disability or not, accessible design and features are useful to all of us. Microsoft products are a good example of how incorporating accessibility features gives users many options to meet their needs. Features such as speech-to-text, color filters, and immersive reader. Learn more about Microsoft’s accessibility features in their article:  Tips to make your computer work better for you.