Moderated Re: JAWS Won't Read Windows 10 Settings Window

Annabelle Susan Morison

Hey Curtis!
Susan is my second name (middle name), not part of my given name (first name). You made it sound like "Mary Jane" or "Mary Kate", where both names are often written together. Wouldn't that be amazing if JAWS could be customizeable in all of its parameters? Not just in certain basic parameters, but even advance parameters.

On 01/08/2023 1:27 PM Curtis Chong <chong.curtis@...> wrote:

Hello Annabelle:


This article might be of interest. I hope it helps as you figure out how to tailor your Start menu.


I myself just type the app I am looking for in the search box in the Start menu. I do not use the Start menu for much of anything else.😀


I do not know why the default is what it is for the Start Menu Processes. That is something which Vispero decides, not us users.


I’m glad to have been somewhat helpful.




Curtis Chong



From: <> On Behalf Of Annabelle Susan Morison
Sent: Sunday, January 08, 2023 2:07 PM
Subject: Re: JAWS Won't Read Windows 10 Settings Window

Hey Curtis!

I tried checking the checkbox, and now the start menu reads right. Now I'm trying to figure out how to make it show the "All Apps" tab instead of "Pinned Tiles" when I press the Windows key. Also, I wonder, shouldn't that checkbox be checked by default? I'm confused on that one!

On 01/08/2023 9:57 AM Curtis Chong <chong.curtis@...> wrote:



Did you check to see if your Start Menu Out Of Process setting was checked or unchecked? Go into JAWS Settings (JAWSKEY+2), press CTRL+SHIFT+D, search for “start”.




Curtis Chong


From: <> On Behalf Of Ashleigh Piccinino
Sent: Sunday, January 08, 2023 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS Won't Read Windows 10 Settings Window

I make sure my drivers and stuff are up to date, as best I can. Thread and. !

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From: <> on behalf of Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
Sent: Sunday, January 8, 2023 4:54:52 PM
To: <>
Subject: Re: JAWS Won't Read Windows 10 Settings Window

On Sun, Jan 8, 2023 at 11:39 AM, Ashleigh Piccinino wrote:

How do you check for these drivers?

There are three, and only three, "always safe" (as in no viruses, etc.) sources for driver updates:
1. Windows Update itself.
2. Your computer maker's support pages for your model, Software & Drivers section.
3. A specific hardware maker's (e.g., Intel) support pages, driver section for the device you're looking at.

If you have any off-the-shelf computer it has been a good idea for years now to use whatever "service station" software they provide that checks for driver updates direct from them and applies them.  HP Support Assistant and Lenovo Vantage are two examples of such software.

If you happen to have any Intel components in your system, then having Intel Driver & Support Asssitant installed and running is important, too.  For at least the last 5 years Intel has been churning out driver updates at a very, very fast pace and some of them don't seem to be being supplied to either the computer OEMs or Microsoft.

On any Windows machine running Windows 10 or later, when issues inexplicably present themselves “out of the blue” and with seemingly no reason, these are the two things I recommend doing, in order:

1. Using DISM (Deployment Imaging Servicing and Management) and SFC (System File Checker) to Repair Windows 8.1, 10 & 11

2. Performing a Windows 10 or 11 Repair Install or Feature Update Using the Windows ISO file

If #1 fixes the issue, #2 is unnecessary.


Brian Virginia, USA Windows 11 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 22H2, Build 22621; Office 2016, Version 16.0.15726.20188, 32-bit; Android 12 (MIUI 13)  

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