Making Windows 10 accessible to people with visual impairments

Windows 10 on screen on left and shown magnified on screen on right with SuperNova

Dolphin Computer Access is delighted to bring blind AND partially sighted people first and immediate access to Windows 10.

Available as a public beta, SuperNova 15 is the only solution to bring magnification, screen reading and Braille support to Windows 10 devices, empowering all visually impaired people to experience Windows 10 for themselves.

The SuperNova 15 public beta is localised to more than 25 languages and available in 4 editions to suit people from across the World, with varying degrees of sight loss: Magnifier, Reader Magnifier, Access Suite and Screen Reader.

Currently available through the Microsoft Insider Program, and already being used by 5 million people, Windows 10 is due for launch in 7 days on Wednesday July 29th. For Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users, Windows 10 is available as a free upgrade; an offer that remains open for 12 months from launch day. (Not sure how to reserve your free Windows 10 upgrade? Read our tip!)

If you're thinking you'd like to experience Windows 10 first hand, but you require magnifier, speech or Braille access, try the SuperNova 15 public beta free for 30-days. Send us your feedback too - we'd love to hear from you, it's a public beta after all! Send your suggestions and report any issues via email

Visit the SuperNova 15 Public Beta Pages
Read the SuperNova and Windows 10 FAQs
Read our Windows 10 tips

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