your tags already answered your question. Artificial wombs pretty much remove all the limitations for women and allow proper equality. However, to get real equality assume a world as such:
artificial wombs exist and are used common place. Most likely the prevalence of them are because they remove the risk of miscarriage, birth defects, and health risks for the mother, perhaps genetic screening prior to the implanting of embryos occurs as well.
Healthy equivalent of breast milk have been created, such that breastfeeding is not required for an infant to develop to full health. Yes were most of the way there, but breast feeding still provides some extra health benefits currently. Of course this brings in the question of rather the act of breast feeding, as a bonding activity, may help an infant even if formula were as healthy, but I'm sure we could work around that.
An easy way to withdraw eggs from a women (the current ways are painful and expensive) for implanting in an artificial womb. This process would have to be pretty simple, since guys have no problem producing their half of the genetic equivalent. Perhaps eggs aren't used at all, maybe it's found easier to combine DNA in 'artificial eggs', such that the mother only needs a swab of her mouth for DNA rather then actual eggs.
With this approach you have removed almost all the physical differences for reproduction in the modern era (at least for first world countries that have access to artificial wombs). Now both mother and father are mere DNA providers, child is otherwise birthed in exactly the same manner. This is also one of the most believable to occur from our current society.
However, this isn't quite a full answer. Females have certain biological instincts, as do men, based off of how reproduction has always occurred. Even in presence of a new and simpler method of reproduction our biological imperatives will still be ground in reproduction of the past, evolution won't 'catch up' for many thousands of years. As such there will be differences between the sexes, which would likely work against women favor, which are legacy of how reproduction has worked for countless thousands of years.
...before I continue let me just say now everything below is my taking in large statistical averages based off of evolutionary principles. I am not claiming that all, or even most, of either sex follows the below generalities. These are small small statistical difference that only become relevant when summed across many thousands of people; and it would be foolish and literally the definition of prejudice to presume that any of these below averages apply to any single individual, or even a small group, of each sex.
Most noticeably women would still be smaller, and with less testosterone then men, which would lead to them being less aggressive. This would lead women to both being less capable of fighting physically (which admittedly means little in an age of firearms and technology rendering physical might mostly moot), and less inclined to fight; from a biological level. Thus on average they would be less inclined to fight back against attempts by more aggressive men trying to dominate or restrict them.
They would also have a higher maternal instinct then the paternal instinct, making them feel more obligated to the child. Which makes them less likely to be willing to walk away from a child they had. This would mean that in situations of divorce or breakup the mother would be more likely to end up taking on the primary responsibility of the child. Since added responsibility and financial costs lower one's freedom and ability to fight for moral and social issues these added responsibilities could lead to making it easier for men with lower responsibilities to use their excess resources to try to dominate women.
Artificial wombs would go a very long way towards fixing gender differences, but not be a 100% fix. Of course society has gone a long way towards fixing itself already, throw in artificial wombs and a little more time for society to continue going down the path towards equality it's already on and these differences would be so minor to be effectively equal.