Posts tagged with: Microsoft
Today is the day when Microsoft finally bids its farewell to Internet Explorer, support finally ending and replacing it fully with Edge.
Microsoft has officially unveiled the Microsoft Adaptive Accessories for creating customizable inputs for those with disabilities.
Microsoft Edge adds a feature to provide users with automatically generated image descriptions if a website doesn't provide them.
Several new features announced for the latest preview build of Windows 11 promise to provide a more accessible experience.
Halo Infinite has some new accessibility features coming at launch as teased by 343 Industries at the Xbox Accessibility Showcase.
Xbox revealed a number of accessibility updates heading to Xbox consoles, including renaming Ease of Access, adding Color Filters, and more.
Xbox has announced that it will be launching a Gaming Accessibility Fundamentals course later in October and it will be free.
Xbox has detailed how it plans to celebrate accessibility and the disabled community in October 2021 with events happening throughout.
The Microsoft Store on Xbox consoles is introducing accessibility feature tags to better highlight what features games have. Xbox announced today that game accessibility feature tags are heading to the Microsoft Store that is available on Xbox consoles. At current, there are 20 accessibility features available as tags and have been decided upon through extensive […]
Microsoft has revealed its Surface Adaptive Kit that contains stickers with raised icons to help make Microsoft's laptops more accessible.
Microsoft has showcased some new contrast modes for Windows 11 and its new accessibility area as well as touching on sound schemes.
Halo Infinite got a Technical Preview yesterday ahead of the game's private beta, and gave us an in-depth run down of the menus.
With Sea of Thieves entering Season 3, Rare has shared the first official accessibility features to be added to the new update.
A great headset that really enhances how bad other people's microphones really are.
Microsoft has updated their Xbox Accessibility Guidelines and announced a brand new accessibility testing program for developers.
With the launch of next-generation gaming upon us, we at Can I Play That? have been waiting in anticipation for what this generation means for inclusive gaming. Over the last few years, we’ve seen publishers and developers alike make new innovations in the way everyone can play. Microsoft hasn’t been subtle about its enthusiasm for […]