you are not listening!!!!! Go back to an idea that worked. People, especially with disabilities hate change. this idea, which is obviously..
Win 10.... upgrade yes UPGRADE with the option to keep features and similarities of a Wonderful OS you are trying to make obsolete. Window 7 was someone's wonder child. And it still is the best thing Microsoft created. Why get rid of a good.... NO GREAT thing just be-cause you want a fresh face to something. Sure progress "demands" we design something new and different and revolutionary but people want choices. This is America still right? One can go to the store and pick out five different kinds of "Swiss Miss" powered chocolate milk. Why can't we do the same with OS's Yes make them more secure, but don't change the good things people like about them, their familiarity that when they hit the power button- "ta da" the windows they have come to love comes up. Technology does change, that I know. (I hold a degree in Electronic Tech) But I also know that because of this technology, we can make everyone happy. So for your first upgrade- do the right thing, give people more of a choice, not everyone was born after 2000.
Thanks for leaving your feedback Bert. There have been many significant upgrades to Windows 10 for accessibility that our assistive technology partners build support for. For some time after Windows 10 launched, it was available as a free upgrade to all users, and was then extended for AT users. This has since expired.
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