Evening win10 and screen readerfolks
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I am Marisane from SA.
I use both nvda and jaws as my screen readers.
I'd been using tapin radio to stream my favourable radio stations till
I uninstalled as it continued to crash.
Two weeks ago, I installed it again and found that it was upgraded to 2.9.
Surprisingly, there's no longer free tapin radio, but the trial version.
Am I right?
If not, what am I doing to receive this on-going notification about
tapin radio being on trial and left with only 3 days?
Is there a setting to keep it free?
Why is one forced to purchase the application these days?
You are thanked in advance for your assistance.
On 7/28/18, brandon T <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
That's interesting; generally in my experience when I did a quick scan
in the forground I received notifications when it finished in the
On 7/21/18, Brian Vogel <email@example.com> wrote:
I believe you get notifications in only two circumstances:
- a positive detection occurred (regardless of for malware,
- a background scan completes and finds nothing
If you're running a scan in the foreground it's presumed you're looking
it and that if all is normal, which is put up there in the Windows
Security Center, but not as a notification, you'll see it.
This is a case where no news is good news.
Brian *-* Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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