10 Oct Making JAWS work great with the Internet
I have had many past students and people who just found me along the way ask why their Jaws does not work well with the Internet any more. As soon as I ask them what version of JAWS they are using, I have my answer.
In general, when you update the Internet, you need to update your Jaws. Example, when JAWS 7 was out, it ran great with Internet Explorer 7 (IE7), but then IE8 came out and if you did not update to JAWS 10 you would have problems. JAWS 11 worked even better with IE8 and JAWS 12 works great. So, if you would have purchased the upgrades when your purchased JAWS 10, you would be a happy camper because the upgrade fee would have been a lot cheaper than buying 3 whole new licenses.
Exceptions to the rule. However, when IE9 came out, JAWS 12 did not work well with it. IE9 needed a lot of work and JAWS worked on its updates also to make these 2 work together. Now it works well…but that took months.
In general, if your JAWS is working well with what you have, don't be anxious to update quickly. Let the companies work out the bugs in their hardware and software. Talk to people around you about their experiences and when you get the green light, update your JAWS and Internet together. And if you are having problems with your JAWS, it is most likely too old.google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
Lessons that help teach–Jaws 12 and above, where Jaws is indicated
|Everything to get you going in WORD Office 2003 and XP|
|Everything to get you going in WORD Office 2010 and Windows 7 with JAWS|
|Everything to get you going in WORD Office 2010 and Windows 7 with Window EYES|
|Bookshare.org and JAWS-Eight lessons to get you moving|
|GMAIL- Everything you need to use in basic HTML or standard view|
|SKYPE—for Regular Vision, Low Vision, and Blind|
|JAWS and Internet—how to get Going and Moving|
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