Pauline Smith <paulinesmithh@...>
Personally, I wouldn't be in a big hurry to upgrade to Windows 10. I think that 7 will still be supported for a while. However, any new computer a person gets will probably have 10 already installed. So any computer our students get from their rehabilitation counselors will likely have 10 on it. We will need to be able to teach them how to use that equipment.
Here in the US, a company called Computers for the Blind sells refurbished computers at a reduced price. They come loaded with NVDA and a demo copy of screen enlargement software for those who need it. They are now sending those computers with 10 installed. So, the only reason to upgrade would be for teaching purposes.
On 9/20/2016 11:28 PM, Gene wrote: