Re: windows update, NVDA snapshot and pins
Kenny Peyattt jr. <p.wildcat1234@...>
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So it is kind of like using a debit card?
Kenny Peyatt jr.
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Subject: [nvda] windows update, NVDA snapshot and pins
First of all, I tried the latest next snapshot. I really like the new NvDA settings center dialog. This is really gunna be a big hit when it comes out for 2018.2!
Second, the windows10 april 2018 update went good for me. NVDA and the latest win 10 apps essentials addon works quite well/
And third. If you have not done so already, I recommend signing into windows10 using a pin rather than a password. It makes the whole sign in process much easier whether it’s a laptop or tablet, signing in for me using a pin is lots easier. And I have a num pad on the right of my keyboard, so I can just turn on numLock, put in my numerical pin, and after I put the last digit, it just signs me in.
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