Reinstate Classic Theme Engine to restore ability of visually impaired users to have fine grained customisation of OS & App UI appearance
The problem is, I can't use Windows 10 without discomfort and symptoms, because you removed the Classic Theme engine after Windows 7. I don't believe this was necessarily good for accessibility and inclusion. It was my "bread and butter" to be able to effectively access previous versions of Windows. The customisability of Windows 10 high-contrast themes is too limited for my visual access needs. The Windows UI needs to be open to full user customisation and be fully user-adaptable through the use of CSS.
Please extend the support life for Windows 7 and put the classic theme engine (with full user visual customisability control) back into Windows.
My reason for this need is that I have a severe light sensitivity condition whereby light from computer screens and aspects of user interface designs trigger severe migraines. I also have other symptoms like colour sensitivity, contrast sensitivity to patterns and sensitivity to contrasts between areas of light and dark. Further, I experience symptoms similar to visual stress or Irlen syndrome. Adaptions for those with blindness, partial-sightedness or colour blindness are ineffective and inappropriate for my needs.
There are a large range of conditions with visual photosensitivity who have similar issues to me. Because these needs are varied, we need greater control over the visual appearance of the Windows UI than what Windows 10 currently offers.
Thank you for your feedback. We will pass this on to the product team.
The Microsoft Disability Answer Desk team.