Windows 10 free upgrade page for people who use assistive technologies


With the end of the free Windows 10 upgrade offer today for the general public, we want to remind customers who use assistive technologies that the deadline will not apply to you. As promised, we are rolling out a new webpage, starting today, 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 people with disabilities in the world, we are excited for 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. And, as always, keep the feedback coming. It’s critically important to us as we keep working to give you a great experience.


Comments (2)
  1. bartwas says:

    Is there a way to perform an update using an external drive? My pc has only 32gb drive installed and most of it is used by OS files. The update assistant requires 20gb of free space.

  2. Paul S.-MT says:

    Well, this hit the general tech sites as a guide to keep getting Windows 10 for free, for anyone. Please, don’t let their abuse move you to delete the upgrade option.

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