well that is nice for someone who might use it ! atleast they are doing something for the people with handicaps . It would be better if they would take the time and pain to make their windows phone accessible to the blind! I myself would not use MS for this . But it is nice they offer it any how! JMT Matt matt.from.florida@xxxxxxxxx On 9/9/13, Charles Atkins <catkins@xxxxxxx> wrote: > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Craig Spencer > To: Charles Atkins > Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 5:54 AM > Subject: Fwd: Microsoft Offers New Service For The DisabledComputer User. > > > > > Sent from my iPad > > Begin forwarded message:> > Subject: Microsoft Offers New Service For The DisabledComputer User. > > > I am forwarding this to you. > > Microsoft Offers New Service For The DisabledComputer User. > > I wanted to write to the list to pass on some info which I believe will be > helpful to blind people everywhere. Microsoft has a new program in which > technitions fix computers for people with disabilities. It is a free > program. They started it in January. The people there will remote into a > computer, and fix issues you might have. > I know this from personal experience. Let me tell you guys why. > I have a desktop computer which was very sick indeed. There was carruption > in windows, and the registry. I had so many issues with it, I can't list > them all. After 20 hours of tireless work on there part I am pleased to say > that it is completely fixed, and it runs like new. They did not want to > reinstall windows, so they sent me a copy of windows 7 free of charge. > They did what they call a install and repair which left all my data in > tact. > The technition went in and fixed the registry, and so many other things. I > am so pleased, and I thought I'd pass this on to you guys for future > reference. > They asked me to promote the program since it was new, and people didn't > know about it yet. Even my instructor did not know. I went through training > for jaws, office, and other things for customer service work. > Well enough rambling from me. Here is the number to there service center. > It is: > 1-800-936-5900. I hope this info helps. > > You will find the list archives at: > http://accessible-devices.com/pipermail/a-d_accessible-devices.com/ > Sorry, but we're not able to provide help for archive users. > You may download our podcasts from this link, > http://www.accessible-devices.com/Podcasts.html > Or if you're using a podcatcher of some type the subscribe URL > is.http://www.accessible-devices.com/feed.xml > Visit our website at: > www.accessible-devices.com > Please feel free to pass this message on to a friend who might like to > subscribe. > > To subscribe to Accessible Devices send a blank e mail to: > a-d-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Just follow the directions in the confirmation message when it comes. > Please Note: Accessible Devices is not able to provide tech support for > software or products that we supply information about. > _______________________________________________ > A-d mailing list > A-d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://accessible-devices.com/mailman/listinfo/a-d_accessible-devices.com Check out the TABI resource web page at http://acorange.home.comcast.net/TABI and please make suggestions for new material. if you'd like to unsubscribe you can do so through the freelists.org web interface, or by sending an email to the address tabi-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.