Why pay for expensive updates to a program, just so you can access your computer? NVDA does for free what other programs still struggle to do for large amounts of money.
What is NVDA?
NVDA software enables blind and vision impaired people to use a computer by communicating what is on the screen using a synthetic voice or braille.
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is the only screen reader for Microsoft Windows that is totally free, yet fully functional and portable. You can download it to your PC, or to portable media such as a USB stick which you can use with any computer at school, work – anywhere!
It was created by NV Access founders Michael Curran and James Teh – blind computer programmers who believe passionately in universal access to computers. NVDA has been downloaded more than 60,000 times and is available in over 43 languages.
NVDA is open source software. If you would like to contribute to the project, visit our community site.
For more information and to download NVDA go to:
To read about what is new in NVDA 2013.3 go to: