‘Extend to many’: Explore Microsoft features that improve computing for everyone

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At Microsoft, one of our core principles is “extend to many” as we design products to empower everyone on the planet. As described in a new article on the Windows Resource Center, Microsoft believes technology and accessibility are inseparable, and features should help your computer adapt to you, not the other way around.Head over to the post for examples, including Dictation to give your hands a rest from typing, making Windows easier to see with adjustable text and contrast, ways to avoid distracting notifications, and a wide range of other accessibility features that improve computing for everyone. And be sure to check out your chance to turn your Microsoft Bing searches into donations to Special Olympics or other causes.

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