Re: accessible uninstaller
While I hate to violate Brian's wish to take this to chat, I do feel like I should note a particular point of caution here.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When you are doing a thing like this on some manufacturer's laptops, be aware that you may be losing utilities that control extended features of the hardware for which there is no native Windows control method.
For example, on my MSI gaming laptop (which is a splendid laptop I might add), the MSI SCM utility software, and the MSI Dragon Center, are required to manage things like hardware buttons, keyboard backlighting, battery max charge (to keep it from charging past 80% for supposed better battery longevity), the FN-F4 run program macro, and various other things.
If your laptop has features like this, that are only accessible with a manufacturer supplied utility or group of same, you will probably want to download those again once you're on the other side of your Windows reinstall.
More accurately, you will probably want to make note of where and how to download those again, assuming you can.
(N.B. and no, for the record, MSI's Dragon Center is far from fully accessible with NVDA.)
On Tue, 19 May 2020, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Tue, May 19, 2020 at 03:28 PM, Kenny wrote: