How about you try this. When your focus is on the Start button, you do the keyboard command Shift plus Tab and see if that moves your focus to the Desktop.
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Just a thought. Hope it helps.
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On Feb 6, 2019, at 19:31, Manoj Govindraj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I tried all your suggestions but the problem still persists.
Interestingly, after I restart nvda, I see a back button that nvda
announces right next to the start button. As soon as I press that
button, the start window opens and I again lose access to the desktop.
On 2/6/19, hurrikennyandopo ... <email@example.com> wrote:
Windows + letter M is a windows command. It will minimize all windows that
are open in front of you to the task bar.
Use the Windows key + letter D to jump to the desk top.
In some cases you might have to do it 2 times but in most cases only the
once from any where on the desktop, task bar etc.
On 7/02/2019 12:03 PM, Manoj Govindraj wrote:
For some reason from last few hours, the nvda command windows key plus
M to go to the desktop has stopped working for me. When I quit nvda
and restart it again, I am able to go to the desktop. But as soon as I
click on start button, I am not able to access the desktop. I am sure
I have accidently disabled some command which is why I am facing this
issue. I use a laptop with windows 10. Would wait for your
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