Windows 7 includes accessibility options and programs that make it easier to see, hear, and use your computer including ways to personalize your PC.
One of the main goals of the Windows 7 engineering teams was to make Windows 7 as accessible as possible for users with disabilities.
At every phase of development—through design, implementation, and testing—each team kept the needs of all users in mind, integrating accessible design principles into each feature of Windows 7.
Transitioning to a new operating system is challenging. This Guide from Microsoft will help you with the transition by explaining how some of the most prominent features have changed from previous versions of Windows, including the Start menu, the taskbar, and Windows Explorer.
It also describes the Windows Ribbon, a popular feature for presenting a program’s command structure. This article focuses on the structure and navigation model of these prominent features. The description of each feature includes links to more detailed information.
Download Accessibility Guide for Disabled.
Teachers may want to check out Accessibility guide for teachers from Microsoft.