Re: Good Browsing Hygiene, was: Kaspersky antivirus, how accessible?


I agree about unchecky, I use this all over the place.
Gives me piece of mind on my remotes also where I can't monitor things right.
According to the unchecky site there is now a security suite that its part of however the program will remain stand alone and free.

On 6/04/2016 9:16 a.m., Kevin Cussick via wrote:
I agree, this is really a must for us blindies.

On 05/04/2016 19:46, Arianna Sepulveda wrote:
Lol I so need to get this. I remember accidentally installing the Yahoo
and Ask toolbars because I accidentally fissed a checkbox.


On Apr 5, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Brian Vogel <britechguy@...
<mailto:britechguy@...>> wrote:

Patrick Le Baudour a écrit: "What I usually do with nvda is open the
context menu on the link, type c for copy link address, then nvda+c to
tell the clipboard content."

This is the slightly slicker version of what I'd said, and at least it
avoids having to open Notepad or any other program to paste the link
from the clipboard.

Another program that I cannot recommend more highly, particularly to
avoid bundled "junkware" being installed on your computer when you're
installing something you've downloaded and want, is Unchecky
<>. It's useful to anyone, but particularly to
the visually impaired and blind because of the loathsome practice of
bundling. I use it on my own computer just in case I miss one of
those checkboxes I should be unchecking by accident.



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