Web surfing has become quite standardized among popular
screen-readers. If you already know how to surf with JAWS,
you will find some instances where something is different,
but almost everything is either the same or very similar.
In other words, you can do most or almost all you did in
NVDA working with web sites as you could with JAWS without
reading the material.
If you are a new user of NVDA and you have not tried
surfing any websites the section in the user manual you
will need to see is called browse mode it is section 6
also single letter navigation section 6.1 and the elements
list 6.2 Plus I would start off with a easier type of
website to navigate to get a idea of how they are layed
Those sections are found in the user manual use the nvda
key + letter N to bring up the nvda menus then arrow down
to help, then right to user manual then the press the
enter key on that menu When the browser comes up then jump
down by letter H for headings to those sections to read
I noticed the servers where my website was hosted were
down so you could not access the website but seems to be
The website of mine is easy to navigate you can jump
around easily. the main page is setup in a table then
after you go into a web page they are long pages but can
be jumped through quickly by H for headings.
If you take a look you will know what I mean.
On 23/01/2020 3:02 am, Betsy
At this point there is not a particular task I am
trying to do. The only thing I would like to try to
learn is how to shop on the Kroger website but with my
memory issues I am not sure I even want to tackle
something like that unless it is really simple. I will
keep the link you sent for future reference, though.
On 1/22/2020 5:15 AM, Gene
Are you interested in
tutorials about any specific programs? It might be
something to be discussed on the chat list, but you
might get good recommendations.
could be discussed as well, but it may be expensive
and certain tutorials may be. Others are not
expensive or free.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 10:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] windows 10 disk
Wow! Gene, I need you as a computer teacher. I did not
even ask the
question because I totally forgot about disk clean up.
You wrote the steps in the way I learn and write down
steps. It is hard
to find someone to do it that specific here where I
I have copied these steps and will be trying to do this
going to bed.
Thanks so much again.
On 1/21/2020 10:10 PM, hurrikennyandopo ... wrote:
> press the windows key and when the search box comes
up type in disk it
> will come up with a result called disk cleanup/
Press the enter key on
> it. It will then come to another screen there you
can pick your drive
> to do it to it is a combo box it will usually
default to c: drive. You
> can use the down arrow key to go to another if you
want to. What ever
> one you pick say c: drive you will then need to tab
to ok button then
> press the enter key. It will then calculate how
much can be cleaned up.
> It will give you a list of areas it can clean up
and say those areas.
> There is a check box next to each one. You can
arrow down the list and
> use the space bar to check the box.
> Down towards the bottom of the list you will then
need to tab as the
> down arrow key will not take you any further.. If
you tab once it will
> land on a system files button I think it was
called. Press the enter
> key and repeate the process like before except this
for will be for
> system files. Then at the bottom of the list you
have selected all the
> ones you want removed you will then need to tab to
the ok button then
> press the enter key.
> It will then give you a message just say yes to it
and then it will
> clean it up all for you.
> Hope it helps.
> Do not worry it will not remove any files only the
ones you picked not
> Gene nz
> On 22/01/2020 3:35 pm, anthony borg wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Does anyone can explain to me how to use the
windows 10 disk clean up
>> Thanks in advance