Microsoft's mission is to "empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more". Windows 10 is used by hundreds of millions of people throughout the world and is a critical component of Microsoft's strategy to achieve its mission. Windows 10 includes features designed to empower every person to achieve their full potential, including people with vision, hearing, mobility, cognitive and speech disabilities. This session is intended to demonstrate the accessibility features in Windows 10, including features recently introduced in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Check it out and then see what talked about at WinHEC Fall 2017 Workshop.
The WinHEC Fall 2017 Workshop featured sessions and labs for developers, product managers and planners to help prepare for Universal Driver development, and to showcase the benefits of adopting key hardware features. The presentations from this two-day event, which was held in Taipei and Shenzhen, are available below:
Enabling our hardware ecosystem partners to design, build, manufacture, and test Windows devices and peripherals is critical to our success. We have created WinHEC Online to share information and help our hardware partners deliver Windows devices, peripherals, and drivers with the latest Windows updates. In this first edition of WinHEC Online, we’ve created the following series of videos: