Americas Aug 1, 2016
The Windows 10 free upgrade period has ended for the majority of users. But Microsoft is extending the offer for users who use assistive technologies, such as text-to-speech softwares for people who are blind or have low vision.
Microsoft rolls out a new webpage to help customers who use assistive technologies to navigate the process and access the free upgrade offer extension for Windows 10 at: www.microsoft.com/accessibility/windows10upgrade.
With more than a billion persons with disabilities in the world, and customers to experience the new accessibility features in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. These include improving the screen reading experience with Narrator, the accessibility of experiences and apps like Microsoft Edge, Mail and the Start menu, as well as better tools and resources for developers to build more accessible apps and experiences.
For more information about Windows accessibility, check out https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/Accessibility/windows.