moderated Re: Curiosity: What makes people choose Jaws over NVDA?
I find JAWS’s Office support better than NVDA’s, and also find it more responsive in Office applications.
Some of its productivity features are also really good like text analyzer.
This could be just my impression, but I also find the NVDA add-on process a bit messy, EG. a lot of add-ons always seem to break when NVDA is updated and it takes a while for them to get fixed. While I’m sure that does happen to external scripts and JAWS, it doesn’t feel as though it happens nearly as often.
On 11 June 2022 09:03:58 "James Malone" <james.malone93502@...> wrote: