Just go to Windows 10 at this point. The Microsoft
Disability Help Desk can assist you with installing it.
There is no deadline for blind users. Windows 10 is not
difficult to use.
Hi, this past X-mas, my
wife bought me a used windows 8 laptop from a
coworker at the casino she works at. I have window
eyes installed on it, and have installed the shell
start menu program to add more to the start menu so
it more resembles windows xp (which I am moving
Is windows 7 even still
available, and if so, where can I get it? I
absolutely hate windows 8 and wish windows would
just leave things alone that were so popular in
windows xp. seems that nearly every person in the
world, and almost every company, even banks, that I
heard of, used xp and now poof.
yes, the learning curve
is very steep with windows 8, and even with the
classic start menu somewhat back, it's a pain in the
(blank) for me to work with.
So, i basically have
put the laptop on a shelf and still use my windows
xp notebook to do everything. I know, major
security holes and what not due to MS not
supporting XP updates anymore, but whatever.
Thanks for any info on