NVDA, an open-source screen reader, can be downloaded free of charge. NVDA allows blind and vision-impaired people to access and interact with the Windows operating system and many third party applications including web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, email clients, internet chat software, music players, and office programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel. It also works with refreshable braille and touchscreens.
Videos About NVDA
- Video: What is NVDA?
- Video: Learn NVDA: Hotkeys and Commands, Part 1