Re: Portable Copy of NVDA with Add-ons

Mobeen Iqbal


No, when you tick the option to copy user setting that includes all add-ons you have installed.



On 30/10/2019 23:15, Abbie Taylor wrote:

I’m getting a new hard drive for my computer. I’m planning to create a portable copy of NVDA in case the software can’t be transferred to the new drive from the old. I understand that when I do this, all settings are saved but what about add-ons? Do I need to copy those files separately, then install them after installing the portable copy on my new hard drive? Thanks in advance for any answers.



\Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author





Abbie Johnson Taylor, Author

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