Re: Article on Screen Reader History (including NVDA)
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Yes, I got my start in windows 3.1 with slimware window bridge.
Synthavoice used to have a product called slimware for dos I believe which became slimware window bridge.
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At that time there was also the Slimware Windows Bridge for windows and it wasn’t bad especially with windows 3.1
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I think the first screen reader for windows was, outspoken, by Berkeley in 1988 or 1989.