Don't use allows (or enables or lets) to describe things that Microsoft or Microsoft apps make possible for the customer.
It's OK to use allows to refer to features, such as security, that permit or deny some action or access.
In content for technical audiences, write around the use of allow/allows by referring to customers in the third person, such as the customer can.
Windows allows a user without an account to sign in as a guest.
Microsoft Word supports saving files in HTML format.