sarahb006 at comcast.net
Tue Dec 22 16:28:12 UTC 2009
Ed, I don't know the answers to a lot of the questions that you ask, but I
do know that one good thing about GW Micro is that you can pay over time,
thirty-nine dollars a month and when you buy, they automatically give you
the latest version.
If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this
mountain: "Remove hence to yonder place.", and it shall remove, and nothing
shall be impossible unto you.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Meskys" <edmeskys at roadrunner.com>
To: "Louis Gosselin" <gosselin_louis at myfairpoint.net>
Cc: "nfb-promotion/evaluation technology list"
<promotion-technology at nfbnet.org>; "nfb-talk" <nfb-talk at nfbnet.org>;
"nhblind-talk" <nhblind-talk at listserv.icors.org>
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2009 4:33 PM
Subject: [nfb-talk] window-eyes
> My son, Stanley, built me a new computer with a Pentium-4 chip and Windows
> XP to replace my old W98 machine. Next time he visits he will up the ram
> to 2 Gig. It is working very well, but because XP is the advanced version
> FS wants an extra $340 from me to not have to run jaws in demo mode. To
> put it mildly, I am pissed off.
> Does Windoweyes charge extra for advanced windows? What is the initial
> cost of WE? I have heard that they will give you a discount if you switch
> from jfw and turn in your license. How much is this? What do you pay for
> an SMA for one next version? Does GW require you to buy every version in
> between should you mess up and fail to get an upgrade?
> I will write GW to get a current demo to try running alternately with my
> paid for but demo version of jfw11.
> Thanks, Ed Meskys.
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