Communication is a fundamental aspect of human interaction, and for individuals with communication disabilities, finding the right tools to express themselves can be a significant challenge. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) software has long been a lifeline for many, enabling them to communicate effectively. In a recent development, Cboard, a popular AAC application, has just launched its app in the Microsoft Store for Windows devices. This exciting release opens up new avenues for users, allowing them to access Cboard directly from their Windows devices without the need for a web browser, and even in offline mode.