Re: NVDA With Task Manager
Martin, with the computer you are working on is this your computer or is it just a computer you personally use at work.
If its not shared, I wander if you can ask your company to remove the screen reader, if not uninstall it completely at least have it not run on your account.
If its a system you usually use, can you ask the company to simply remove the reader saying it interfiers with the reader?
On a lot of systems I service weather family or for places I usually work with, in addition to all the accounts, I also have an admin account with a password.
This has everything including startup and such as little as possible.
This includes thirdparty security, chat and other software so at least I can work in this account without a problem.
Either that or ask the company to have the screen saver at a lower priority when you are using the system or the system is being used.
To be honest if this is a something you usually use and no one needs to access it then you should just disable the screen saver alltogether and use screen curtain.
I do not have any extras running on the system, bar the drivers needed to make it work.
On the workstations I do need to run 1drive, dropbox and google sync for the cloud storage as well as icloud but thats it.
Saying that I have people I maintain that insist on having various things like spotify, skype, and several other things they need active at startup running at once and yeah its a real pain to get about.
Thing is these data collection systems should be only running when the thing is not being used.
On 19/10/2020 9:55 pm, Martin O'Sullivan wrote: