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If you don't want Chrome to be your default browser you can continue to use it with many of the same commands that you're used to with Internet Explorer. Chrome may ask you if you want it to be your default browser but you can just tell it not to do this
if you're prompted. Pretty much all of the reading and navigation commands you're accustomed to with JAWS and IE should work with Chrome.
On 9/21/2018 11:46 PM, Lorena Pennington wrote:
hi david thanks replying I’m using windows 7 64 bit jaws 2018 and I don’t want to use chrome browser as my default I’m using enternet explorer as my default can you help me with chrome and tell how to use if it’s not your default thanks much
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2018 8:06 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome brower
First, you actually do not need to create a Google account in order to use Chrome. The browser should behave very similarly to others that you may have used. To go to a Web site, press ctrl-L, which moves to the address bar or what Chrome calls the omnibox.
Once you're focused on the address bar, just type in the Web site address you want to visit, followed by the enter key. If you want to visit a Web site you've already been to, just type in a partial name, followed by down arrow for suggestions.
On 9/21/2018 10:36 PM, Lorena Pennington wrote:
I need help with the chrome brower I down loaded it from ninite do I need to create a account with google and can some one give me step by step instruction how to use the chrome browser thanks much