Principled Technologies Releases Study Comparing the Accessibility Features That Windows 11 Pro Education, Windows 11 SE, and ChromeOS Devices Offer for Education
Durham, NC, December 21, 2022 –(PR.com)– Students benefit from entering classrooms that take advantage of a wide range of accessibility features and interaction modes on the devices they use to learn. Principled Technologies (PT) tested devices based on three different operating systems: Windows 11 Pro Education, Windows 11 SE, and ChromeOS.
According to the report, “[…] we found that devices running Windows 11 (Pro Education or SE) offered more breadth and depth in terms of accessibility features than ChromeOS-based devices. Windows 11-based devices also offered more touch, ink, and pen features to facilitate different user needs or preferences for interacting with content. By selecting classroom devices with accessibility features and interaction modes that better serve a wide range of students, educators can help keep students engaged to improve educational outcomes and create lifelong learners.”