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Here's my answer to your question, Semirhage , and I hope others will agree with me.
Even though some things in NVDA updates may help Windows 10 users, NVDA is still compatible with all Windows versions from XP onwards, so plenty of improvements to NVDA arriving in each update will work on Windows 7 as well. I use Windows 7 here, and updating NVDA has never caused any extra problems for me, so any Windows 7 user can still safely install NVDA updates, given that many of the changes benefit all of us, not just Windows 10 users.
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Semirhage
Sent: lundi 13 juin 2016 07:29
Subject: Re: [nvda] 2016.2.1
So when NVDA wants to update and the updates are more toward win 10, if one is still using win 7 should one not risk the nvda updates?
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