How do I get NVDA for my computer?

Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free screen reader for Windows computers.

Getting started

You can download the latest version of NVDA from the NVDA website

NVDA tutorials

Once you have a computer with NVDA installed there is a wealth of information online to help you get the most out of the software. There is a User Guide and a number of training guides available on the NVDA 'Get Help' web pages along with online support.

There are also plenty of audio tutorials to talk you through and explain particular aspects of NVDA:

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