Build Braille support directly into Narrator.
Braille support should be built directly into Narrator. This would make it significantly easier for people to get up and running with Braille just by connecting a display to the computer via USB. This would also provide the ability to use Braille during the Windows installation process.
Thanks for the additional clarification Chris. We'll be sure to pass this feedback on to the engineering team. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.
Christopher Wright commented
Thank you for the instructions for enabling Braille in Narrator. However, this is not what I mean. Braille support should be built directly into the screen reader, just as it is in macOS. When you connect a USB display to a Windows device and Narrator is running, that display should immediately start working. This would eliminate the need to download any extra software and would also allow someone to use Braille while installing Windows from scratch.
Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Christopher. In Narrator Settings (Press Windows Logo Key + Ctrl + N), you can navigate down to "Use Braille", and select the option "Download and install braille". Then you can select "Enable Braille" and add your braille display. Here's a link to the Narrator guide for using braille with more information https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4004263. Please continue to leave your feedback here and upvote posts that you agree with.