Window-Eyes

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Window-Eyes
Developer(s) GW Micro, Inc.
Initial release 1995; 22 years ago (1995)[1]
Stable release
9.4 / March 8, 2016; 12 months ago (2016-03-08)[1]
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Platform Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10
Available in 14
Type Screen reader
License Proprietary
Website www.gwmicro.com/Window-Eyes/

Window-Eyes is a screen reader for the Microsoft Windows operating system, developed by GW Micro. The first version was released in 1995.[1]

Features[edit]

Window-Eyes 9.4 is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.[2] Window-Eyes 7 added support for industry standard scripting, which can be used to modify specific settings in Window-Eyes, monitor portions of the screen for certain kinds of activity, define hotkeys, and automate repetitive tasks.[3]

History[edit]

Window-Eyes is developed by GW Micro, a company based in Fort Wayne, Indiana.[4] Window-Eyes is currently available in 14 languages and the English version includes nine text-to-speech languages, including US English, UK English, Castilian Spanish, Mexican Spanish, French, Canadian French, German, Italian, and Portuguese.[5]

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