After I enter each line I get the error win
version not defined.
I hope this helps.
Hmmm, you get “False” when you’ve got 1909…
Let’s try this method:
- Go back to
Python Console (Control+NVDA+Z).
- Type the
following as exactly as shown (press Enter after each line
and listen carefully to what NVDA says):
NVDA will first announce Windows version
information (major, minor, build, platform, service pack),
then for each Windows 10 release we have, “True” or “False”.
I did what you suggested and I get a false
That’s strange. Let’s try:
- Open Python
- Type the
following as exactly as I tell you:
Press Enter after each line. If it says
“True”, then there should not be a reason for Windows 10 App
Essentials to complain that you’ve got an older Windows
I got the add on manually but, when I went
to install it it said I was using an older version of windows.
Actually, it is compatible with 1809 and
later. I’m beginning to wonder if this affects anyone using
Add-on Updater, and if this is the case, it isn’t Windows 10
App Essentials at all.
I think I know why – I’ll go ahead and
release another version in a few moments. Sorry about that.
I’m sorry to say I am getting the error not
compatible with this version of windows. I am using windows
10 1909 and the latest nvda.
In a few moments Windows 10 App Essentials
19.11.3 will be made available. This release is a localization
and documentation update.
A few important notes:
- Windows 10
20H1 is now formally known as Version 2004. Although Windows
10 App Essentials does support Version 2004, formal support
won’t begin until early next year.
- A version
scheduled for early next year will retire support for
EdgeHTML-based Microsoft Edge from this add-on.