My essentials addons
are Add-on Updater, OBJPad (specially in some apps of
Windows 10 and the scan mode), NVDA Remote, Sound Manager,
Windows 10 App Essentials and an addon developed in the
Spanish Community, WhatsApp Desktop (I help with the
translation of this addon to English).
Carlos Esteban Martínez Macías.
Soporte a usuarios, comunidad de NVDA en
Experto certificado en NVDA
In addition to those mentioned above, I
would add the clock addon to my list..
Making the computer speak time
automatically to you in a certain
interval (30 min in my case) helps keeping
you on time.
On 9/30/21, Shaun Everiss
> As a general rule, for windows 10, its
windows essentials, and addon
> However thats about all I have on the
systems I work with.
> I mean I have the emote and symbols
stuff just in case and the rest is
> well for the user.
> I'd actually prefer on systems to not
have any addons at all
> especially the ones I don't use often,
but windows 10 and up needs
> essentials and therefore updater.
> But yeah its really user dependant.
> On 30/09/2021, Brian Vogel
>> Your post is the perfect example
of what I said earlier, and that is,
>> a "must have" is very often
entirely dependent on what you need to do,
>> where, and with what computer(s).
>> It's still good to see what
various folks are using, with brief
>> of why.
>> Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit,
Version 21H1, Build 19043
>> Nothing in all the world is more
dangerous than sincere ignorance and
>> conscientious stupidity.
>> ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Sharad Koirala
Department of Community Medicine
Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara, Nepal