Windows 10 and macOS includes a variety of native accessibility features designed to assist with seeing, hearing, and using the operating systems. The accessibility features may include; narration, magnification, contrast adjustments, closed captions, keyboard, and mouse options.
PC Windows Built-In Accessibility Features
Windows 10 includes a variety of accessibility features designed to assist with seeing, hearing, and using Windows 10. Each option includes customization capabilities.
The Ease of Access accessibility features in the Windows settings include:
- speech recognition
- high contrast
- closed captions
- eye control
- keyboard and mouse commands and options
- Cortana voice-enabled virtual assistant
Mac OS & iOS Built-In Accessibility Features
Apple includes assistive technology in its operating systems as standard features. The accessibility features can be found in most iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac OS X devices.
Mac & iOS accessibility features include:
- screen magnification
- simplified user interface
- mouse keys, slow eys, and sticky keys
- voice control
- audio descriptions
- Siri voice-enabled virtual assistant