Dave is correct. I would have mentioned this myself but for the life
of me i can't think of the name IBM used for this software. I know
if I heard it, I would remember.
On 7/18/2022 11:30 AM, Dave Grossoehme
Making a search on startpage.com I found out that IBM had a
screen reader for Dos. This was written by a fellow at Harver
university by the name of Jim Thatcher as the first Screen
Reader. I wouldn't be surprised by that, when IBM was the first
company to have anything that was accessible for the old Main
On 7/15/2022 11:23 AM, Gene wrote:
article from AFB says that the first Windows screen-reader was
The first screen reader for a Windows operating system was not
released until 1992 when Syntha-Voice Computers released
SlimWare Window Bridge for Windows 3.1.
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