Re: New Computer- problems with NVDA response
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I purchased a used hp computer from amazon about 8 months ago. The machine had obviously been reformatted and a new copy of win 10 pro installed; there was nothing on the computer beside the win 10 installation; nothing to do with hp.
I never thought I would have a branded machine I felt good about.
sFrom: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Hi Anna. The problem with PCs that are branded is that they come to us accompanied with bloatware, software that are supposed to tune up these brands and models to work propperly, which is clearly not the case. More irritating is that they take up resources that you might need, for example, for our screen readers to work properly. It is unfortunate that PCs are by default made for the sighted market. I too have a Lenovo, but what I did after I got the pc was to clean format the pc with a new windows 10 installation, totally clean and without any of the annoying bloatware that we obviously can't access and don't need. My Lenovo runs smoothly after I took that step. Give it a try to see if it works for you. Since NVDA is having so much problem helping you access your pc at this moment, you have nothing to lose anyway. Cheers!
On 3/9/2020 3:51 AM, Anna Givens wrote: