[Athen] Compatibility between Windows 7 and assistive tech?

Jeffrey Dell jeffreydell99 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 10:20:34 PDT 2011

For all the latest version is almost always the best to use but the
following are the earliest versions That I've used on Win 7
ZoomText 9.18
Read & Write 9
Dragon 10.1 (is the earliest that nuance claims I've only tried 11)
The big concern is Internet Explorer 9. Unless Ai Squared has
released an update since last week it does not work well with IE9.
I have an older version of K3000 so I have not even tried it.
cleveland State

On 4/13/11, Jean M Salzer <jeano at uwm.edu> wrote:

> Hi everyone,


> I know this has been discussed before, but now that my campus is moving all

> campus pcs to Windows 7, they've asked me about compatibility, and I of

> course, didn't take notes. Please advise as to best version of each. Our

> campus has the following:


> Kurzweil 3000

> Jaws for Windows

> Zoomtext

> TextHelp Read and Write Gold

> Dragon Naturally Speaking


> Thanks much!


> --

> Peace.


> Jean Salzer, Sr. Counselor

> BVI Program/Alternative Text Coordinator

> Student Accessibility Center

> UW-Milwaukee

> 414-229-5660, Mitchell Hall B16


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