Window-Eyes is customer driven, and its success depends on the people who use it. The following is a random testimonial from a satisfied Window-Eyes customer.
I switched to Window-Eyes from Jaws in 1999 since, at that time, Window-Eyes
3.1 was the only screen reader featuring access to the systray using a
hot-key combination, INS-S. Plus, I found it more responsive.
As of now, Window-Eyes gives me access to Quicken 2009, which I use for
managing our entire banking, including bill-pay and reconciling, as well as
Omnipage, which I use for scanning our mail, and saving anything of
importance. In addition to the above, I use the typical IE and Firefox for
web sites, as well as MS Word, Outlook, Audible, and Winamp.
For those attempting to use Quicken, particularily the advanced features, I
would highly suggest Window-Eyes. Configuring Quicken '07 was somewhat
inaccessible, however, '09 has made some improvements and I posted a podcast
on how to do this on blindcooltech.com.
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