Re: Strange behavior of NVDA and Windows 10 at machine startup
I've experienced it too. It's like Windows is presenting me with
all of the built-in accessibility options for me to select from,
before logging into Windows. Nice for those who don't know about
them. Not so great for those of us who do.
The problem is that I've already chose NVDA as the accessibility option to be use at startup, and having to navigate out of this screen to reach the screen for inputting my pin is a pain.
I just want a way to disable this lock screen verbiage all together. Let me boot up into Windows, input my pin and get started. Stop presenting me with a bunch of stuff I don't care about. Give me a choice in the matter would you Microsoft?
On 5/17/2018 10:33 AM, Kostadin Kolev wrote: