Re: Google chrome accessibility



Before you try out Google Chrome you should know there problems ahead for
you if you install Chrome on your computer. Last year I had an application
force install Chrome on my computer during an installation. When I went to
remove Chrome it left my registry all screwed up. In the end the only thing
that would put my computer back to working mode was a system restore that I
had created some days before. My advice try it out if you want just make a
system restore point so you can restore your registry if you want to get
read of Chrome. If you already have Chrome never remove it from your
computer. If you do a Google search you'll see they've been having a problem
with Chrome and the registry since 2009.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [] On Behalf Of Junior Lolley
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2013 9:43 AM
To: Jaws for windows
Subject: google chrome accessibility

I am using jaws 13 on a 64 bit vista home premium machine.
Is google chrome accessible with jaws 13?
Thanks in advance.

Junior Lolley
Amateur radio call KG4ITD
Liberty County Emergency Coordinator

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