Re: What do I gain with Windows 10 as a blind person?
Hey Brad,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
For sure, that makes total sense. If therrre's some great new functionality
with Edge when Jaws is able to support it, I'll let the list know.
From: Jfw [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Brad Martin
Sent: Sunday, August 09, 2015 12:52 PM
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Subject: Re: What do I gain with Windows 10 as a blind person?
I think you're right on several counts. Whether to update or not is a
personal decision. My question was more a fact finding mission to
understand what I'd be getting if I updated. I'm the same way before I
buy anything--I want to know what it's going to do--either for me or to
me--when I get it. I also think that if I were running Windows 8.1, I'd
be more likely to update just to get back some of the Windows 7 feel and
functionality I lost with Windows 8.1. But since I have Windows 7
already, I think I'll just wait until I hear something compelling about
10, or until July 29, 2016 when the upgrade ceases to be free.
On 8/9/2015 9:20 AM, Russell Solowoniuk via Jfw wrote:
8.1. While I did get accustomed to Windows 8.1, I wasn't crazy about it. II
press the Windows key, I am placed in a search field, similar to Windows7.
If I down arrow, I am placed in a list of my 6 most used programs, whichis
really convenient. I am finding Cortana to work quite well... when sheisn't
able to answer my query, she opens up a search page in Bing... wish thewe
use Jaws. Having said that though, I don't think I would have updated ifmy
laptop wasn't fairly new.technology,
so, as I say, the choice to update is a personal one.--
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