Re: Last NVDA: How do I update it?
if you are running the alfa version as a installed version it will stay on the alfa version for updates.
The way a few of us do it is they might keep the stable version as the main installer version.
If they want to test out either the alfa version or beta version then they would make up a directory on the c: drive and either name it alfa version of nvda or beta version of nvda or along those lines.
They would then download either the alfa version or beta version and then make a portable copy inside of either directory and have the files put into it.
Then they would make a shortcut from the desktop either to the alfa version or the beta version to the nvda.exe file and also asign a shortcut to start that copy.
I have a alfa version plus the beta version plus the stable version on this computer.
so when you go to start it lets say for the alfa version the hot key could be alt + ctrl + the letter A.
So when you say look at my c: drive i would have c:\ nvda alfa
c:\ nvda beta
programfiles x86 nvda which is the stable version.
Hope you get what i mean.
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