Re: Trouble With Right Alt+Arrow Keys

Shan Noyes

Yes when does 10 is more stable than seven And I find easier to use thanks to the windows key

On Apr 23, 2019, at 4:05 PM, Marty Hutchings <mhutchings@...> wrote:

Which when it opens up a search box  so you can use the search box to find anything like settings on your computer  so you don’t have to worry about is it in control panel system settings etc.  But if you do you want to go to specific places  then it went to ski hill down with another key will do different things for you  search for short cut keys and windows 10 to learn more    Have a good day everyone  shan Not even for yourself?  I too was a big fan of XP and am currently a Windows 7 user, but I know that all good things must come to an end and so I will have to move on to Windows 10.  They say that it is better and more stable, but there is a learning curv and the older I get, I just don’t have time for that.  I wish that if something was not broken, that no one would fix it.  By the way, When did this topic get hijacked?
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Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: Trouble With Right Alt+Arrow Keys
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From: [] On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 7:47 AM
Subject: Re: Trouble With Right Alt+Arrow Keys

I agree with Brian, Windows 7 is a thing of the past and you really should make the jump to Windows 10 whenever it is that you get a new computer. Besides the fact that Windows 7 will have no more support in less than a year, Windows 10 at least by now is so superior to Windows 7 in almost any way, crashes which I had on a very regular bases with Windows 7 are probably reduced by 95% in Windows 10, it’s Stabil and fast and as Brian also said, all screenreader support and development is for Windows 10. You may like things others don’t have, but really, a floppy drive, I mean why on earth would you want a floppy drive? If you have old floppies put what’s on them on a USB stick or an external drive or a DVD, but I’m really curious what the point of one is?

Also, you would be much better off with a 500 Gb or so SSD as your main system drive, then add a good quality hard drive with a larger capacity if you need lots of storage, the system performance will be double or better overall and if you want a fast system you really do need an SSD or your hard drive becomes the proverbial bottle neck in your nice new machine.





From: <> On Behalf Of Annabelle Susan Morison
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 7:38 AM
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Windows 7 is what I use, so even if support ends, I'll still be happy with what I have.


From: [] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 6:59 AM
Subject: Re: Trouble With Right Alt+Arrow Keys

The end of support for Windows 7 is also now only 8 months away, so it makes no sense, if one is going to continue into the future under the Windows ecosystem, to use Windows 7.

The folks that develop JAWS and other screen readers aren't going to "instantly" drop support for Windows 7, but it will eventually be dropped, and probably much faster than support for XP and Vista were dropped during the Windows 7/8/early-10 era given the changes in the underlying architecture of Windows.

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