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Disability Hack: Accessibility in Microsoft Edge

Surfing the web can be tough, especially for people with disabilities. Many websites are just not set up with accessibility in mind. Super small print. Dense, hard to decipher block text. Graphics plopped onto the page for no good reason. And sub-par browsers can make things even worse.

Making Edge accessible for everyone

Did you know that Microsoft Edge has some amazing built-in features that will improve your browsing experience right away?

  1. Increase text size: Don’t squint at the screen! It’s easy to adjust your font sizes to one that is easy for you to see.
  2. Read aloud function: Listen to pages spoken aloud to you as you scroll.
  3. Image descriptions: No need to try and decipher pictures. Edge will add descriptions of what you’re seeing right beneath the graphic, and it works beautifully with screen readers.
  4. Immersive reader: Minimize distractions and improve your focus by seeing only the most important items.

How can Beringer help?

At Beringer, we truly believe that technology should work for everyone. We can help set up your Microsoft systems to fit your individual strengths and challenges, no matter what they are. From Outlook to Edge to Teams, we can customize your settings and tools so that you get the most out of them.

We love to introduce our users to their best digital experience. If you’d like to learn more about all of the accessibility features built in to Microsoft products, click here.

Click here to learn more about how to make Microsoft Edge work for you.

Disability Hacks Series

For more articles in our series on getting the most out of your Microsoft products for people with disabilities, click here and here. 

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