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Thank you for your response.
I will consider this, and probably wait.
On 10/6/21, Brian Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From Joseph Lee, on Windows Access for Screen Reader Users Group message #
54796 ( https://winaccess.groups.io/g/winaccess/message/54796 ) :
*NVDA 2021.2 is required when using Windows 11 (older releases will work but
support isn’t really guaranteed). I would say that it would be best to think
about Windows 11 upgrades after NVDA 2021.3 comes out.*
I would presume that 2021.2 would be just fine. But I'll add to what Joseph
said by saying that I wouldn't be in any rush to upgrade to Windows 11 until
at least 4 to six months have passed since its introduction (which is
effectively now). So, I'd not be doing a Windows 11 upgrade until February,
at earliest, and would probably wait until early May 2022.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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