Welcome to another issue of In-Process, it’s great to have you with us once again. Those in a rush will be pleased to hear it’s not a long In-Process this week. I choose to attribute that to our winter solstice being last Wednesday. We’ll have more and more time to do newsworthy things as the… Read More
In-Process 13 June 2017: Firstly, the big news: NVDA 2017.2 is now available. Anyone with automatic updates enabled should have received a prompt to update. You can manually update NVDA by pressing NVDA+n to open the NVDA menu, pressing H for help then C to check for update. You can also download NVDA 2017.2 from… Read More
NV Access is committed to ensuring that blind or vision impaired people are able to independently and efficiently access the Windows Operating System and its applications, no matter their location, language or economic status. This means much of our work involves keeping up with changes in the Windows Operating System, and ensuring that NVDA can… Read More
NVDACon, NVDA 2017.2 RC1, a new training module about to drop and the number 42? Grab your towel, it’s time for another edition of In-Process!
With the recent news about Microsoft’s new Windows 10 S, which can only run third party apps from the Windows Store, we’ve been asked by several users whether we can make NVDA available in the Windows Store. In the past few years, users have also asked about making NVDA available for Windows 10 Mobile. Unfortunately,… Read More
This week, news about what we’ve all been up to, including preparations for NVDACon, NVDA 2017.2, and an in-depth look at the differences between temporary, portable and installed versions of NVDA.
Exciting new updates on the way, helped along by the team meeting face to face in Brisbane this week.
This week, we’ve got the inside scoop on unit testing, the release of the NVDA Certified Expert accreditation exam, and in case you missed it, a half hour interview the whole team did with JJ of Blind Bargains while we were at CSUN
The NV Access team are back from CSUN 2017 with updates, information on current projects and a photo of Mick driving a speedboat near an aircraft carrier!
Welcome to a special In-Process, coming to you from the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, in San Diego, California, USA. As well as many great meetings and discussions with others in the accessibility industry, this year we are presenting a session titled “NVDA, the free screen reader: 2017 and beyond”. This post will recap some of… Read More