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- NVDA Is Well Ahead Of JAWS
Re: NVDA Is Well Ahead Of JAWS
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My friend tried to read an on line menu he first tried jaws
and he could not read it but when he tried nvda he was able to
read it. His primary screen reader is jaws but for certain things
like this he will use nvda. I only have nvda as my only screen
reader. There is most definatly alot of profe that having more
than one screen reader can be very benificial to us. There is not
one screen reader that will read everything that would be nice but
that just a dream.
On 4/19/2018 7:25 PM, Ashley Wayne
I am enjoying this thread. I don't see any need or reason to
insist that one screenreader is inherently better overall than
another. They each may work better for different tasks or one
just may find one easier to use than another. In my case, I use
nvda most, but have relied on jaws for working with pdf
documents, as I find for me it seems to be a bit easier to
manipulate. I will sometimes try narrator as well, it is so
nice to have choices. It's just like with phones or computers,
it's preference and/or tailoring to what specific task you need
a screenreader for. I'm personally apprecitive of microsoft,
vfo and nv access for all their hard work.
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