[access-uk] Re: VISTA ready to go

If you decided to get rid of Norton, you probably will need to stop it running in Services (or whatever Vista calls it), then you can probably uninstall ... Messy but once it's out, it's out! I'd still do it! <Grins>


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n Monday, March 24, 2008 10:41 PM (UK time), Andy Logue at andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx said:

Hi Jackie.

I'm messing about with my new computer and like it a lot.  Pauline is
also very impressed.  It's so quiet and my 20 inch display is lovely.
I don't thin I'll change to Classic View just yet as it really looks
like something new and interesting.

I was offered Norton at PC World yesterday and I declined it saying
that I use NOD 32.  My NOD 32 runs out in a week or so and I was
intending to purchase it for another year.  However, to my horror, I
discovered this evening that Norton is already installed.  Not sure
now whither to just stick with it as it's terribly difficult to get
rid of it from a system.  I think you need a special tool.

I've not yet installed my Soundblaster so hopefully, later this week,
I'll be blasting out my music.

I'm thus far , so pleased that I opted for VISTA.

Best wishes.

Andy.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jackie Cairns" <cairnsplace@xxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 10:10 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: VISTA ready to go


Hi Andy

Just to say well done, and hope all goes well.  When I got my laptop
last summer, I don't recall having to do anything exciting to get
JAWS to work. When version 9.0 came out, I upgraded from version 8,
and it's been fine. You will find some security differences in Vista from XP, but JAWS
does speak with everything I've come across, so just go for it and
enjoy!! (smile.)

Better than an Easter egg eh?

Jackie

Email: cairnsplace@xxxxxxx
Skype Name: Cairnsplace
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy Logue" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2008 10:21 PM
Subject: [access-uk] VISTA ready to go


Hi all.

Took the big plunge today and purchased a HP VISTA desk-top PC. It's sitting in the kitchen in a couple of big boxes and I'm
planning to put it together tomorrow with sighted assistance from
my wife Pauline. I have a copy of JAWS Pro 8 to install, though I am hoping to
upgrade this week to JAWS Pro 9, which will probably arrive within
ten days. So I've not done a thing to it thus far.  I'm looking for some
advice. For example, is there anything that I should do to the
settings prior to installing JAWS.  For example, I have since
Windows 95 used the High Contrast Number 2 display colour option as
this is less harsh on my eyes. Should I wait until JAWS has been
installed before attempting to change this?

I have a document titled something like Setting up XP to work with
JAWS. I have used the recommendations in this document for several
years, to change settings to maximise JAWS.  I was wondering if
there was perhaps a similar document which would tell me how to
enable JAWS to work at it's best in VISTA?

So there is a couple of questions off the top of my head and perhaps
there is a more crucial modification that I need to make but don't
yet know of it. Perhaps JAWS will work with VISTA out of the box,
so to speak, but given past experience, I doubt it very much.

Looking forward to lots of advice.

Best wishes.

Andy.

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