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date=July 2017 Screen reader is a software application which analyzes the user interface and the associated content from an operating system or an application, such as a web browser, and provides its output via the text-to-speech synthesizer or a refreshable Braille display. In more accurate terms – the content and textual representation of the user interface is sent to standard output, whether a video monitor is present or not. Interpretations are then synthesised to the user with text-to-speech, sound icons, or a Braille output device. Screen readers are a form of assistive technology (AT) which are essential to people who are blind, as well as useful to people who are visually impaired, illiterate, or have a learning disability. Microsoft Windows operating systems have included the Microsoft Narrator screen reader since Windows 2000. Apple Inc.'s macOS, iOS, and tvOS include VoiceOver, a feature-rich screen reader, while Google's Android provided Talkback screen reader since 2009. Similarly, Android-based devices from Amazon provide VoiceView screen reader. The console-based Oralux Linux distribution ships with three console screen-reading environments: Emacspeak, Yasr, and Speakup. BlackBerry 10 devices such as the BlackBerry Z30 include a built-in screen reader. There is also a free screen reader application for older less powerful BlackBerry (BBOS7 and earlier) devices. There are also popular free and open source screen readers, such as the Orca for Unix-like systems and NonVisual Desktop Access for Windows. The most widely used screen readers are separate commercial products: JAWS from Freedom Scientific, Window-Eyes from GW Micro, Dolphin Supernova by Dolphin, System Access from Serotek, and ZoomText Magnifier/Reader from AiSquared are prominent examples in the English-speaking market. The opensource screen reader NVDA is gaining popularity.
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Icon statusNo tray icon
Icon settingNot in the system tray
Executable fileC:\Windows\System32\Narrator.exe
Can be uninstalledNo
Size on disk94 Kb
Minimum recorded memory usage1.9 Mb
Average recorded memory usage1.9 Mb
Maximum recorded memory usage1.9 Mb
Date when maximum memory usage occured10/18/2013 11:11:33 AM
Minimum recorded CPU usage0%
Average recorded CPU usage0%
Maximum recorded CPU usage0%
Date when maximum CPU usage occured10/18/2013 11:11:22 AM
Started at10/18/2013 11:10:05 AM
Total CPU time 0 seconds
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