Re: Latest update to nvda Did not Even Sorta' Work.
"Brian Vogel" <@britechguy> writes:
Well, you're still running Windows 10 Version 1809, which is a problem toThank you. I believed the system that always told me I
was up-to-date. I laugh a bit after all, this is an election
year in the US so that's what I get for being gullible. That's
the reason why I printed out some of the systeminfo output.
*Doing a Windows 10 Repair Install or Feature Update Using the Windows 10The path I used to start the upgrade which is chugging
along as I write this was to go to settings and clicking "update
It wanted for several minutes to keep checking 1809 and
then, for some reason, it suddenly went to update-assistant and
did what an article I had found on line said should happen.
I also thought 1909 was the paid version. So I figured
all the updates would keep increasing the build number after 1809
which would stay the same.
As I send this message, It's on the third progress bar
which is creeping along so it looks like it will take a while to
finish as the documentation warns.
This brings me to a nvda question.
Is there a way to listen to all the messages that are
produced so that one can come back later and hear it all and
check for complaints and or progress statements?