With each new Windows 10 preview build in the run up to the launch of Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is bringing truckloads of improvements, enhancements and new features. In the most recent preview build, the company has announced several new features for assistive technology users.
If you are an assistive technology user, you can get a free upgrade to Windows 10 directly from Microsoft.
In addition, you can also download an ISO image file, create the installation media and do a clean installation of Windows 10. You can enter a product key if you have it. Click through to the following article for instructions on how to do that.
Once that part’s taken care of, you can sign up to the Insider preview program and get an ISO file for the preview version (Build 15025) of Windows 10 Creators Update that’s coming out around the end of this quarter.
New Features on the Latest Windows 10 Preview Build 15025:
- Braille support in Narrator
- Mono audio option
- Night Light feature improvements
- Collections feature on Feedback Hub
For more details, please visit Microsoft’s blog post announcing Windows 10 preview build 15025 for fast ring insiders.
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