Windows provides a number of built-in accessibility features to help you do more and there are great apps available today through the Windows Store such as the KNFB Reader and the Read & Write for Microsoft® Edge extension.
Some customers use assistive technology apps that are not available through the Windows Store nor downloadable to a Windows 10 S configured device. Customers who use these accessible technologies will need to switch their device to Windows 10 Pro. If you use assistive technology, learn about how to switch for free here.
Educators and students who rely on assistive technology apps that are not available in the Microsoft Store for Education can switch from Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro Education for free. For more information, see the Microsoft FAQ Switch to Windows 10 Pro Education from Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 S.