[nabs] free screen reader
olivianorman at gmail.com
Mon Jan 18 22:41:52 GMT 2010
I can't say enough about how much I love the mac for my personal use. I have used macs since leopard's release and they just continue to improve as Sean stated.
I can use any mac, anywhere, and know that I have access with out hassle and installing software. The ability to save my portable preferences for voiceover and plug them into any mac (at school, for instance) is extremely helpful.
I wish that I didn't have to use windows at all, but such is the business world, I suppose.
On Jan 18, 2010, at 10:51 AM, Sean Ryan wrote:
> Would it matter that it was not commercial? The whole price inflation is ridiculous and if someone individually releases a screen reader and would like to share it with others for no cost then alls well in my opinion. There are a ton of options out there if one is willing to do some research and a list serve such as this one is a great tool for that. I am all for using Jaws because that is what I am use to and there is a lot you can do with it but since I am a huge Mac fan I would rather use the Mac. Every chance I get I go into the Apple store and play around with a laptop or desktop to check out the updates for Voiceover and every time it gets better. Window Eyes has also come a long way in recent years and so the best thing to do again is to get information to make your own decision objectively hopefully without passing on personal judgments or negativity.
> Sean Ryan
> Redwood Empire Council of the Blind
> blindrover at gmail.com
> Serving the blind and visually impaired of County Sonoma since 1993
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