NV Access is pleased to announce that version 2018.4 of NVDA, the free screen reader for Microsoft Windows, has now been released. 2018.4.1 Update (January 14 2018): This release fixes a crash at start up if NVDA’s user interface language is set to Aragonese. (#9089) Highlights of this release include performance improvements in recent Mozilla… Read More
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In episode 10, we highlight the major features in the just-released NVDA 2015.4, followed by a brief summary of what’s coming in NVDA 2016.1. We give a quick update on our in-progress training material and the OSARA extension for REAPER, as well as a couple of other bits of NVDA news.
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In the Media
- NV Access: Interview and Review by Top 10 Website Hosting
- hostingadvice.com: Creator Michael Curran Tells the Story of NV Access — How the Open-Source Approach to Screen-Reading Software is Making the Web Accessible to All
- Blind Bargains Audio: The Winding and Long Road for NVAccess
- Blind Bargains Audio: A Deeper Look at NV Access
- The Weekend Australian Magazine: Brisbane technology could help 71,000 blind people use computers
- 612 ABC Brisbane's Mornings show: Interview with James Teh about the NVDA project
NV Access founder Michael Curran is available for media comment about the NVDA screen reader, and issues around computer accessibility in general.Contact Us