Re: Strange behavior of NVDA and Windows 10 at machine startup
However all of us have our own systems.
I guess it depends on your users.
I used to service a family of clients.
User 1 used the system responsibly.
User 2 had issue and would try to clear things by doing it the wrong way.
User 3 used cracked software all the time and clicked links in spam emails.
User 4 loaded stuff because it looked cool when it wasn't.
Now I maintain each of their systems and user 3 and 4 are simply no longer done by me because they don't learn.
User 2 has an older system but at least the first 2 users know sort what they are doing and I tell them not to do this and that.
So I'd recieve the system every other week.
If I was lucky, user 1 and 2 had issues and I could fix them.
But if user 3 and 4 had been at it again which happened monthly, well long story short I got tired about reformatting and reinstalling windows every few weeks to fix their issues or worse.
They wouldn't believe that it was them screwing things up so yeah I can see it from both ends.
If you can handle a share without stepping on each other's toes you are welcome to it.
Personally I am happy that each user here has their own system.
I keep them updated and if it all goes to hell then it goes to hell.
But at least its not all going to hell.
Now that was before I could do something about it.
I guess I could restrict and stop user 3 and 4 and maybe 2 before they did any damage but I couldn't before really.
On 30/11/2021 6:02 am, Chris Mullins wrote: