Re: [Bulk] Removing Older Versions of JFW
Tina,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Sure defragging is no problem. Also finding your disk space is easy. Both
are accessed the same way:
1. Windows Explorer (Windows+E)
A. To find the amount of space, use the JAWS cursor
Arrow down and you will hear information about the hard drive, the amount of
space used and the amount of space still available.
PC cursor when you're done.
2. Windows Explorer (Windows+E)
Arrow to your C: drive and press Alt+Enter
Ctrl+Tab to the next pane
Then tab to the defrag button and press Enter
Tab to the Analyze button and wait until it's done.
If defrag is recommended you can read this by searching with the JAWS
If recommended, then tab to the start button and press Enter.
Go have some coffee or tea, read a book, etc. It could take several hours or
several minutes, depending on how much defragging is necessary.
When its done you will see a dialog with a report button and a Close button.
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
----- Original Message -----
From: "SingingHearts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "The Jaws for Windows support list." <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2011 20:39
Subject: Re: [Bulk] Re: Removing Older Versions of JFW
Wow, there's more to this than I would have thought. Here I was
thinking that it would be an easy way to free up space/declutter,
since my computer keeps telling me that it's low on disc space. Where
can I find the information about how big the hard disc is and how much
of the space is free? As it happens, I jumped from 5 to 11 and am
hoping to upgrade to 13 as soon as I get a chance to sit down and do
it. Unfortunately, I tend to get into more trouble than I can get
myself out of when I get too adventurous, so perhaps I'd better leave
well enough alone on this one, then, and find some other programs and
files that can go. I'm glad I asked!!! Btw, is defragging a screen
reader friendly process? Other people have done it for me, but I'm
wondering if I can do it myself.
On 11/17/11, ptusing <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
"And he (Jesus) said, The things which are impossible with men are
possible with God."
Luke 18:27 KJV
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