- Question about strictly using NVDA core functionality on nonpersonal computers
Re: Question about strictly using NVDA core functionality on nonpersonal computers
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You could create a portable copy of your install with all add ons. I did this to test with a now defunked shadow machine. You could do this at lat install, hope you still can now.
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On 20 Mar 2021, at 11:20, Louise Pfau wrote:
Hi. If I use NVDA on computers that aren’t mine, I only use it with
core functionality. I’m hesitant to use add-ons when it’s not my property,
particularly when I don’t use a portable copy. I do have several add-ons
installed on my personal computer though. Do people think it’s wise to
avoid using add-ons in such a case?
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