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Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Steve Matzura
 

I just set this up for one of the Macs here. Will report on how it behaves tomorrow morning. Yes, I could have set it for an hour from now, and probably should have done, but it won't be convenient for me to test whether it works or how it behaves until tomorrow.


On 3/1/2018 9:15 AM, Angus wrote:
Hi Steve & all,
 
this can be done, you can auto start a computer.
 
Im sure you have heard of the bios.
 
The way this works is that the BIOS has a button battary that keeps it powered all the time, even if the computer is turned off
 
You can set a computer to start up every day at a serton time, or you can set the computer to wake up on lan witch meens you can turn your computer on from another computer 100 miles away.
 
if you google this you will find many pages telling you how to set this up via the bios, as long as your machine isnt to old.
 
I have pasted a link to 1 of these pages below,
the link may wrap over 2 or 3 lines so you may need to heighlight it & copy it then paist it into the address bar of what ever browser you use.
 
 
Once on the page
look for the heading
 
How to Set Auto Start-Up for a Computer
 
page link below
 

 
Hope this helps
 
 
 
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2018 8:55 PM
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off
 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?


On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 




Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Steve Matzura
 

That's right, but notice the active/important phrase "sleep mode", which is not the same as turning something off completely.


On 3/1/2018 8:47 AM, Jonas Voll wrote:

what is wake on land - Google Search

Wake on LAN is a technology that allows a network professional to remotely power on a computer or to wake it up from sleep mode. By remotely triggering

the computer to wake up and perform scheduled maintenance tasks, the technician does not have to physically visit each computer on the network.

 

 

Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration and opportunity for people who are blind or visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.


From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2018 4:56 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?

 

On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

 
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Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Steve Matzura
 

Yes. Like I said, since XP it's been right there.


On 3/1/2018 8:04 AM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

You are write.

 

Do you know if task manager is in windows10

 

Thank you

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2018 5:56 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?

 

On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 



Re: JAWS and the best accessible webmail software

Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
 

The only thing I might suggest is try switching to Gmail for your web mail, which is navigable, but it would also be easier if you downloaded Windows Live Mail, (which is free),, and have your mail sent to it.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Anders Boholdt-Petersen
Sent: March 1, 2018 5:57 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: JAWS and the best accessible webmail software

 

Hi everyone

 

The provider of my e-mail-address using Roundcube Webmail as there default. This webmail has a very inaccessible interface for screen reader users - for example I not can select between the folders inbox, Sent etc. with JAWS.

 

I has tried to change between the themes, but nothing is changed regarding the accessibility. Roundcube Webmail will not told me if they have a special theme for screen reader users, but refer to the provider of my e-mail-address service (web hotel). Here they not can help me.

 

Has you on this list experience with Roundcube Webmail and an accessible theme, or alternatively with other webmail software's I can install on the web hotel (PHP or ASP) where the accessibility for screen reader users working?

 

Thanks in advance for the answers.

 

Regards,

Anders


Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Steve Matzura
 

Thanks, but once again, shutdown means shutdown, nobody home, nobody's listening, no program is running. What you're talking about is almost the equivalent of a Unix run-level even lower than 3. I've been through lots and lots of BIOS's and have never seen a feature where a timer could be set to start a computer from cold. From sleep or hibernate, maybe. But I'll sure check out these links.


On 3/1/2018 9:15 AM, Angus wrote:
Hi Steve & all,
 
this can be done, you can auto start a computer.
 
Im sure you have heard of the bios.
 
The way this works is that the BIOS has a button battary that keeps it powered all the time, even if the computer is turned off
 
You can set a computer to start up every day at a serton time, or you can set the computer to wake up on lan witch meens you can turn your computer on from another computer 100 miles away.
 
if you google this you will find many pages telling you how to set this up via the bios, as long as your machine isnt to old.
 
I have pasted a link to 1 of these pages below,
the link may wrap over 2 or 3 lines so you may need to heighlight it & copy it then paist it into the address bar of what ever browser you use.
 
 
Once on the page
look for the heading
 
How to Set Auto Start-Up for a Computer
 
page link below
 

 
Hope this helps
 
 
 
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2018 8:55 PM
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off
 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?


On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 




Re: computer slow after start up.

Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
 

All the better, lol.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: February 28, 2018 3:14 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

Ok, just keep smiling! Just an older lady! [The only problem is, I don't act like a lady should!}


On 28/02/2018 23:11, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Sorry, Val, I called you an "older gentleman" but I guess I was quite a ways off this time *smile*.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 3:09 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

Hi i'm a female, and very new to Jaws and computing, so wouldn't like to tackle this on my own.

For a start, wouldn't know wherre to start!

t

Thanks to each and everyone for the time and trouble you all take.


Val.hink all you guys and gals have been wonderful in all the assistance you give me, and wished you were nearer to me.



On 28/02/2018 23:01, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Hi Jonas,

I think the statement "it's easy to do" is very subjective and it's not something I would ever tell somebody without first knowing what their abilities are.
Maybe from your point of view and level of knowledge it is easy to do, but many of us on these lists are often above average in knowledge and experience. You do, however, need to ask people like Val at what level they are. I don't know Val, but from reading his messages and some of the replies he received I gather that he is in Scottland and that he is an older gentleman who may not necessarily have been a computer user or at least not a blind computer user for that long. If this is the case then installing Windows from scratch or even making the installation media might be beyond his abilities. Personally I find it quite easy as well and as a Jaws user for 29 years NVDA just does not cut it and I might as well use Narrator if I need to do an installation without sighted help. In any case, if the speed of Val's laptop is not satisfactory and too slow for what he is willing to put up with then he will probably need to ask somebody else to help him with this or, if that is not possible, he may have to go to a store where somebody can do it for him and hopefully without charging an arm and a leg.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jonas Voll
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 1:51 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

It's easy to do!
This will get you started
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dzLXxFQ2yQ


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 3:41 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

What i really need, is someone who is experienced in these things, as i'm only a novis, and have never attempted anything as big!


On 28/02/2018 21:32, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Some laptop manufacturers install a lot of what's generally known as bloatware. Only way to really get rid of this and start with a clean slate is to make a Windows 10 USB installation stick, make sure you have all your data on an external drive or in the cloud and then reinstall Windows 10 from scratch including deleting all partitions, re-partitioning and formatting the hard drive or SSD.
Once you are done reinstall Jaws and instal the applications you want.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 1:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: computer slow after start up.

! I have now removed eset Nov32, but there are still quite a few things on here which i'd be frightened to remove. One of them is Levono settings, another is Levono companion. I've also got office 365, and some others which were on when i got the computer.

I have tried N.v.d.a, and this seems to be a bit quicker at starting
up than Jaws.Hi








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Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Angus <2.g.i.84972@...>
 

Hi Nino
 
sorry forgot to answer your original question, how to turn the computer off
 
this is the way I do it, others may have a better way.
 
Open the command prompt,
then lets say I want the computer to turn off in 2 hours,
I have to work out the amount of seconds this is,
so 2 hours is 120 minutes then I times 120 by 60 to give me the seconds.
= 7200 seconds
so now I type the below string into the command prompt
shutdown /s /t 7200
then press enter, & this will turn the computer off in 2 hours
note the spaces between the switches, example,
shutdown is the command
/s is a switch telling the computer to turn off,
example, /r tells the computer to restart
now /t tells it to turn off after the amount of seconds you have entered after the /t
so I spose t for time
 
so if you type in the command prompt
shutdown /s /t 60
the computer will shutdown in sixty seconds
 
hope this helps
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2018 8:55 PM
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off
 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?


On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 



Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Angus <2.g.i.84972@...>
 

Hi Steve & all,
 
this can be done, you can auto start a computer.
 
Im sure you have heard of the bios.
 
The way this works is that the BIOS has a button battary that keeps it powered all the time, even if the computer is turned off
 
You can set a computer to start up every day at a serton time, or you can set the computer to wake up on lan witch meens you can turn your computer on from another computer 100 miles away.
 
if you google this you will find many pages telling you how to set this up via the bios, as long as your machine isnt to old.
 
I have pasted a link to 1 of these pages below,
the link may wrap over 2 or 3 lines so you may need to heighlight it & copy it then paist it into the address bar of what ever browser you use.
 
 
Once on the page
look for the heading
 
How to Set Auto Start-Up for a Computer
 
page link below
 

 
Hope this helps
 
 
 

Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2018 8:55 PM
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off
 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?


On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 



JAWS and the best accessible webmail software

Anders Boholdt-Petersen
 

Hi everyone

 

The provider of my e-mail-address using Roundcube Webmail as there default. This webmail has a very inaccessible interface for screen reader users - for example I not can select between the folders inbox, Sent etc. with JAWS.

 

I has tried to change between the themes, but nothing is changed regarding the accessibility. Roundcube Webmail will not told me if they have a special theme for screen reader users, but refer to the provider of my e-mail-address service (web hotel). Here they not can help me.

 

Has you on this list experience with Roundcube Webmail and an accessible theme, or alternatively with other webmail software's I can install on the web hotel (PHP or ASP) where the accessibility for screen reader users working?

 

Thanks in advance for the answers.

 

Regards,

Anders


Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Jonas Voll
 

what is wake on land - Google Search

Wake on LAN is a technology that allows a network professional to remotely power on a computer or to wake it up from sleep mode. By remotely triggering

the computer to wake up and perform scheduled maintenance tasks, the technician does not have to physically visit each computer on the network.

 

 

Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration and opportunity for people who are blind or visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.


From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2018 4:56 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?

 

On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

 
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Re: computer slow after start up.

Jonas Voll
 

I started with computers back in the 80's, but now I use computers for helping with my vision loss!
FYI, I am avelabeal to help if someone needs it I can remote in!


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

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From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jonas Voll
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2018 7:22 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

It just takes some getting use to, did you wach the tutorial video?


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Maria Campbell
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 5:24 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

Easy for you but not for all of us.


Maria Campbell
lucky1inct@gmail.com

"Preach the Gospel, and when necessary use words!"
--St. Francis

On 2/28/2018 4:50 PM, Jonas Voll wrote:
It's easy to do!
This will get you started
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dzLXxFQ2yQ


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Val
Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 3:41 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

What i really need, is someone who is experienced in these things, as i'm only a novis, and have never attempted anything as big!


On 28/02/2018 21:32, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Some laptop manufacturers install a lot of what's generally known as bloatware. Only way to really get rid of this and start with a clean slate is to make a Windows 10 USB installation stick, make sure you have all your data on an external drive or in the cloud and then reinstall Windows 10 from scratch including deleting all partitions, re-partitioning and formatting the hard drive or SSD.
Once you are done reinstall Jaws and instal the applications you want.

Regards,
Sieghard

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 1:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: computer slow after start up.

! I have now removed eset Nov32, but there are still quite a few things on here which i'd be frightened to remove. One of them is Levono settings, another is Levono companion. I've also got office 365, and some others which were on when i got the computer.

I have tried N.v.d.a, and this seems to be a bit quicker at starting
up than Jaws.Hi









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Re: computer slow after start up.

Jonas Voll
 

It just takes some getting use to, did you wach the tutorial video?


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Maria Campbell
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 5:24 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

Easy for you but not for all of us.


Maria Campbell
lucky1inct@gmail.com

"Preach the Gospel, and when necessary use words!"
--St. Francis

On 2/28/2018 4:50 PM, Jonas Voll wrote:
It's easy to do!
This will get you started
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dzLXxFQ2yQ


Jonas Voll
Support Technician I
Envision, Inc.
2301 S Water ST
Wichita, KS 67213
O: 316-425-7141
F: 316-267-4312
www.envisionus.com

Envision: To improve the quality of life and provide inspiration for the blind and visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Val
Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 3:41 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: computer slow after start up.

What i really need, is someone who is experienced in these things, as i'm only a novis, and have never attempted anything as big!


On 28/02/2018 21:32, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
Some laptop manufacturers install a lot of what's generally known as bloatware. Only way to really get rid of this and start with a clean slate is to make a Windows 10 USB installation stick, make sure you have all your data on an external drive or in the cloud and then reinstall Windows 10 from scratch including deleting all partitions, re-partitioning and formatting the hard drive or SSD.
Once you are done reinstall Jaws and instal the applications you want.

Regards,
Sieghard

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From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 1:10 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: computer slow after start up.

! I have now removed eset Nov32, but there are still quite a few things on here which i'd be frightened to remove. One of them is Levono settings, another is Levono companion. I've also got office 365, and some others which were on when i got the computer.

I have tried N.v.d.a, and this seems to be a bit quicker at starting
up than Jaws.Hi









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Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Nino Dagostino
 

Hi:

 

You are write.

 

Do you know if task manager is in windows10

 

Thank you

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2018 5:56 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?

 

On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 


Re: Right-clicking on the task bar

N K Shackelford
 

Thanks, Steve. You have been very helpful. My problem didn't actually get solved, but it wasn't because suggestions from everybody weren't right or helpful. As Bill said, Windows side by side, stacked, and cascade are all unavailable, so I think I have tried all I can for resizing browser window that is open.

Again, thanks to all for the help.

Nance

On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 5:03 AM, Steve Griffiths <steve.griffiths@...> wrote:

Hi Nance,

 

You can get to the taskbar by Tabbing three times from the desktop, or pressing Windows + T.

The taskbar has icons for the apps you have open, plus any that have been pinned there for quick access. There is also a blank area on the taskbar. A mouse user can right click one of the icons to get a context menu of options for that app, or right click the blank area for some other options such as the one you want.

With the keyboard, you can't get directly to the blank area of the taskbar. When your focus goes to the taskbar, it lands on one of the icons and if you arrow around, you'll move between those icons.

But you can get to the taskbar's context menu by pressing applications key or Shift + F10 to get the context menu for whichever application you've focused on, press Escape to close it and then applications key or Shift + F10 again and you'll get the context menu for the taskbar itself; arrow down to Show windows side by side and press Enter.

What happens then will depend on how many windows you have open, but basically Windows will try to show all of them in a separate part of the screen. There might be a benefit for sighted users, not for JAWS users.

By the way, you can turn it off again by going back to the taskbar context menu and choosing  Undo show side by side.

 

If you have two apps open, showing them side by side arranges them so that one app takes up the left half of the screen, and the other takes up the right half. You can do this with the keyboard easily in Windows 7; with focus on an app, press Windows + Left and it will move to the left hand half of the screen. Alt + Tab to the other app and press Windows + Right and it will take up the right half. To undo this arrangement, press Windows + Up on each app in turn to maximise it.

 

To get the chevron back in the notification area, press Windows and type notification into the search area, then press Enter on Notification Area Icons. That opens a window and you can Shift + Tab to a checkbox. When it's checked, the chevron isn't there; when it's unchecked the chevron appears.

 

Hope that helps,

Steve

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of N K Shackelford
Sent: 01 March 2018 10:00
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Right-clicking on the task bar

 

I should've told you I have Windows 7 and JAWS 18. A long time ago, I got rid of the chevron button, and I can't remember how I did it. If anyone knows how to restore this, please let me know. Thanks to everybody for the help.

Nance

 

On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 4:15 PM, N K Shackelford <nance62lady@...> wrote:

I need to know how to be able to right click on the task bar so I can change a setting. I'm told there is an option called "show windows side by side," and I need to be able to try this. Any help is appreciated.

T I A,

Nance


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Re: Right-clicking on the task bar

Steve Griffiths
 


Hi Nance,

 

You can get to the taskbar by Tabbing three times from the desktop, or pressing Windows + T.

The taskbar has icons for the apps you have open, plus any that have been pinned there for quick access. There is also a blank area on the taskbar. A mouse user can right click one of the icons to get a context menu of options for that app, or right click the blank area for some other options such as the one you want.

With the keyboard, you can't get directly to the blank area of the taskbar. When your focus goes to the taskbar, it lands on one of the icons and if you arrow around, you'll move between those icons.

But you can get to the taskbar's context menu by pressing applications key or Shift + F10 to get the context menu for whichever application you've focused on, press Escape to close it and then applications key or Shift + F10 again and you'll get the context menu for the taskbar itself; arrow down to Show windows side by side and press Enter.

What happens then will depend on how many windows you have open, but basically Windows will try to show all of them in a separate part of the screen. There might be a benefit for sighted users, not for JAWS users.

By the way, you can turn it off again by going back to the taskbar context menu and choosing  Undo show side by side.

 

If you have two apps open, showing them side by side arranges them so that one app takes up the left half of the screen, and the other takes up the right half. You can do this with the keyboard easily in Windows 7; with focus on an app, press Windows + Left and it will move to the left hand half of the screen. Alt + Tab to the other app and press Windows + Right and it will take up the right half. To undo this arrangement, press Windows + Up on each app in turn to maximise it.

 

To get the chevron back in the notification area, press Windows and type notification into the search area, then press Enter on Notification Area Icons. That opens a window and you can Shift + Tab to a checkbox. When it's checked, the chevron isn't there; when it's unchecked the chevron appears.

 

Hope that helps,

Steve

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of N K Shackelford
Sent: 01 March 2018 10:00
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: Right-clicking on the task bar

 

I should've told you I have Windows 7 and JAWS 18. A long time ago, I got rid of the chevron button, and I can't remember how I did it. If anyone knows how to restore this, please let me know. Thanks to everybody for the help.

Nance

 

On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 4:15 PM, N K Shackelford <nance62lady@...> wrote:

I need to know how to be able to right click on the task bar so I can change a setting. I'm told there is an option called "show windows side by side," and I need to be able to try this. Any help is appreciated.

T I A,

Nance


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Re: Skeduler for turning computer on and off

Steve Matzura
 

Every version of Windows back to at least XP,maybe even further, has a program called Task Scheduler. You can certainly add a task to shut the machine down in there. Starting it again, though, I don't think is possible. In fact, I'd go out on a limb to say it is absolutely positively not possible. Think about it: How would a device that's quiet, not taking power, not responsive to any stimuli either internal or external, know, or be told by some external force, that it's time to turn on?


On 2/28/2018 7:45 PM, Nino Dagostino wrote:

Hi:

 

Do you know if they make a skeduler to turn off the computer at a certain time.

 

I download podcasts but I don’t want to sit here until they all download.

 

I was hoping that there would be a way to shut the computer down at acertain time?

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 



Re: Right-clicking on the task bar

N K Shackelford
 

I should've told you I have Windows 7 and JAWS 18. A long time ago, I got rid of the chevron button, and I can't remember how I did it. If anyone knows how to restore this, please let me know. Thanks to everybody for the help.

Nance

On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 4:15 PM, N K Shackelford <nance62lady@...> wrote:
I need to know how to be able to right click on the task bar so I can change a setting. I'm told there is an option called "show windows side by side," and I need to be able to try this. Any help is appreciated.

T I A,

Nance

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Re: pod catchers that work on pc besides iTunes and might work good with total recorder.

Cristóbal
 

I've had in general better luck with responses/follow ups via Twitter. That said though, I do have to agree that tech support is pretty crappy.
Giving your paying customers the silent treatment even if it's a simple acknowledgement is if anything taking away value. He can nerd out all he wants, but how can people have confidence in his products if they don't know whether their problems can/will be fixed or addressed or if the product will continue to be supported, etc.

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From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Kelly Pierce
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 8:02 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: pod catchers that work on pc besides iTunes and might work good with total recorder.

Chris, the developer, is a total nerd. He tends not to engage if he does not believe he can add value.

Kelly

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Qcast contact us policy is abysmal. I have contacted them at least 3
times regarding an ongoing issue over the last few months. They have
yet to get back to me even once over this issue. Subsequently, they
may have a blind developer, however, they do not get back to ones who
have paid for their service. Thus, I give them 1 * for customer service.



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Re: pod catchers that work on pc besides iTunes and might work good with total recorder.

Kelly Pierce
 

Chris, the developer, is a total nerd. He tends not to engage if he
does not believe he can add value.

Kelly

On 2/27/18, David & his pack of dogs <myguidedogis@gmail.com> wrote:
Qcast contact us policy is abysmal. I have contacted them at least 3 times
regarding an ongoing issue over the last few months. They have yet to get
back to me even once over this issue. Subsequently, they may have a blind
developer, however, they do not get back to ones who have paid for their
service. Thus, I give them 1 * for customer service.



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