Re: NVDA and Windows 10?
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NVDA themselves are recommending most users not upgrade to Windows 10 yet: http://www.nvaccess.org/post/nvda-2015-3-released/
However most things work quite well with NVDA, and I used it while writing my book, "Making Windows 10 Easy to See".
The main things which are still an issue are:
- Microsoft Edge, the new browser to replace Internet Explorer. If using NVDA, Firefox works well, or Internet Explorer actually is still included in Windows 10
- Some keyboard navigation, particularly in the Action Center (where you get notifications and alerts)
- Some of the new universal windows apps
Getting around the Start menu, desktop, taskbar and other programs works quite well.
On 4/09/2015 12:55 AM, Teresa wrote:
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