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I am trying to fix my screen readers when I try to
read a file, with the read all command, it just stopps and it waits and than it
starts again but, it is really choppy. It just started this afternoon, mainly
with jaws2020. I did a jaws repare twice which restarted my system. I also had
to restart the system for a windows update. So I continue to have this
issues with reading my files, no matter which program i am using word, notepad
or wordpad. Freedom is not answering their phone been on hold for 2.5
hours in the background. I do not trust their call back, has never worked for
me. After reading your message, should I uninstall jaws and reinstall it again.
Nothing else has worked. Thank you, Heather
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Sent: Monday, August 31, 2020 6:06
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] restore
You're asking some questions I can answer, and others that require more
information. There are certain PCs, and don't ask me how to predict
which ones because I've never found the magic telltale, that tend to have
System Protection turned off when Feature Updates are applied. If
that's the case, you will not have any restore points. But, and this is
in addition to the "turn off" situation, restore points are also intentionally
removed when a Feature Update is applied, as they are no longer applicable to
the refreshed version of Windows 10. You can go to Control Panel,
System, System Protection link and then check to see if it's turned on for
your Windows drive.
Now, all of the above being said, System Protection has been very unreliable,
always. It's great if/when it works, but you should never, and I mean
never, rely upon System Protection as anything beyond a convenience for
rolling back the install of a driver or new program. You need real
backups if you're not taking them already.
I don't understand how your question about resetting your
PC applies. It has no connection to restore points. Also, keep
files means just that: user data files. If you use Reset you do
lose all installed desktop apps (formerly known as installed programs) as well
as store apps you may have installed.
What is it you're trying to fix?
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in
continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.
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