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Here’s the press release from AI Squared about 9.2.
Access the Latest Technology with Window-Eyes 9.2
Window-Eyes 9.2 is now available providing full support for the brand new Windows 10 operating system, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, and Office 2016. Window-Eyes 9.2 makes it possible to use the latest technology, includes innovative new ways to access the web, and provides a more reliable and responsive screen reading experience. Window-Eyes 9.2 offers access to the latest tools and technologies to make you more effective and productive at work, at school, and at home.
Keep reading to learn about all of the new features and enhancements in Window-Eyes 9.2:
Windows 10 and Office 2016 Support
· Comprehensive support for Windows 10 includes:
o Windows 10 Start menu
o Action Center
o Virtual Desktops
o Quick Access view in File Explorer
· Preliminary Support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook in the Microsoft Office 2016 Preview.
Innovative Access to Facebook and other Popular Web Applications
· New functionality called Web Application Mode has been added that makes interacting with dynamic web applications even easier.
· On web sites, such as Facebook and Google Docs which implement their own hot keys, Web Application Mode enables you to use these site-specific commands without having to turn Browse Mode off. This leads to a more intuitive and efficient web browsing experience.
New Addition to Auto Recovery
· Window-Eyes 9.0 introduced the Auto-Recovery tool which enables you to restart Window-Eyes if another application you are using becomes unresponsive. We have continued to improve this feature in Window-Eyes 9.2. If Internet Explorer stops responding, it would often keep Window-Eyes from speaking. Now, if Internet Explorer stops responding, Window-Eyes will continue speaking automatically without requiring the user to do anything.
Support for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
· Adobe recently released a new version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, called Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. Window-Eyes 9.2 includes support for Adobe Reader DC, enabling users to take advantage of all of the benefits offered by the free PDF viewer.
· Window-Eyes 9.2 has numerous bug fixes and performance enhancements, including improved speech responsiveness and stability.
· For a complete list of new features, improvements and changes in Window-Eyes 9.2, please refer to the Window-Eyes 9.2 Read Me.
Download your upgrade
Window-Eyes customers will be notified automatically that a new update is available. If you have purchased a Window-Eyes 9.2 upgrade or have an active Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA), you can download it when notified, get it at www.gwmicro.com/upgrade or activate the Check for Updates option in the Help menu.
If you don’t currently own Window-Eyes, you can get it for free! Anyone who has a valid license of Microsoft Office 2010 or higher can download Window-Eyes for free at www.windoweyesforoffice.com. If you haven’t tried Window-Eyes in a while, now is the time to give Window-Eyes 9.2 a try!
Window-Eyes 9.2 is free if you have a Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA)!
If you invested in a SMA, you will receive Window-Eyes 9.2 absolutely free! It will not count against your SMA. Window-Eyes 9.2 will be available for you to download, but SMA customers will not receive a CD. You may order a CD by contacting Ai Squared.
Order your upgrade or SMA today!
You can now purchase your upgrade or SMA. Customers are highly encouraged to purchase a SMA to receive the 9.2 update for free. Call us today at (802) 362-3612 or email us at email@example.com to place your order.
Non-English versions are released after the English version, so please check with your local dealer for availability in your language. For those outside of the U.S., contact your local dealer.
The Ai Squared Team
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As I write, I am currently uploading technology podcast 216 to the the RSS feed where it lives. It is mainly an IOS based podcast, with a podcast segment on articles with a theme. If the show notes did not appear in the RSS when you went to the feed, we are providing the notes below.
Welcome to Podcast 216 for July 17, 2015. On this podcast, we have quite a bit of IOS discussion. We have an updated Capital One update since podcast 197’s running of the demo. Listten to podcast 197’s demo of the app by using this link. We talk about some articles that have a theme, and they are good ones. We also have a comparison between The Transit App and go metro version 3. listen to go metro version 2.x by listening to this file as we talk briefly about that as well. Here are the articles and apps we talk about within this podcast.
- APRIL 28, 2015: JOSHUAH BEARMAN The Untold Story of Silk Road, Part 1 How a 29-year-old idealist built a global drug bazaar and became a murderous kingpin wired
- MAY 14, 2015 JOSHUA BEARMAN The Untold Story of Silk Road, Part 2: The Fall Wired
- Going Deeper: Exploring the Deep Web Trend Micro
- Capital One Mobile app Itunes store
We hope you enjoy the 1 hour and 58 minute podcast, and we’ll see you on another edition very soon! Thanks for listening!
It is now available, so we hope you enjoy!
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Here is something I think readers should read. I know it was posted a week ago on twitter, but its a nice question and answer with Brian Krebs. Comments are welcome.
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Hi folks, welcome to the technology podcast, podcast 215. On this podcast, we have several IOS things for you. First, I will take you through updating your applications you have on your phone. Then, i take you through Pandora which is a new app for me, not new to the general public. Finally, privacy and security in a different light. Podcast is an hour and a half. Hope you enjoy the show!
To get the podcast, go to our RSS feed.
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Here’s something I read this morning from Brian Krebs. Don’t Be Fooled By Phony Online Reviews talks about a guy who seriously used a company he couldn’t really check on to have his stuff moved and he has not gotten his stuff yet and its been months. I know I’d use a site like Yelp or Yellow Pages or their apps since people tend to leave honest reviews whether they are nice or not. It links to other types of information about the companies involved, and it may be of use to you guys. I found it of interest, hopefully you will.
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Our RSS feed now has our latest podcast up. We have links to the various articles and things we are talking about. If the RSS doesn’t show it, you’ll find the show notes below.
Welcome to the technology podcast series, this is podcast 214. On this podcast, we talk about security, an IOS app demo, and more. Links to stuff mentioned are below. We hope you enjoy the 2 hour podcast, and we’ll be back next time.
Articles dealing with Security and privacy
- IRS: Crooks Stole Data on 100K Taxpayers Via ‘Get Transcript’ Feature Krebs On Security
- Recent Breaches a Boon to Extortionists Krebs On Security
- Carefirst Blue Cross Breach Hits 1.1M Krebs On Security
- Deconstructing the 2014 Sally Beauty Breach Krebs on Security
- A Week’s Worth of Reminders of How Accessibility Sits at the Very Heart of Apple’s Ethos and Practice Apple Vis
- Recap of WWDC 2015 Apple Vis
- Capital One Wallet by Capital One IOS app store
If you have any comments, comment through the blog, or you may give us a call. Information is on our blog as well as at the end of the podcast. We hope you enjoy the podcast!
Thanks for listening, and make it a great day!
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Check this article out. Its worth the read, and Herbie sent this to me in mid June.
There’s a new kind of phone scam on the rise: fraudsters using fake numbers to pretend they’re calling from the local police department. And there’s little the real police can do about it.
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