Re: Resource Monitor 20.11 localization update, November 13th development snapshot #addonrelease


Edge on Windows 7 is mostly to guarantee secure web browsing experience for
consumers and businesses, and it won't be supported for a long time. It has
nothing to do with my decision to not backport build.revision announcement
to Windows 7 and 8.

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Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] Resource Monitor 20.11 localization update,
November 13th development snapshot #AddonRelease

Well if Microsoft are not supporting windows 7, how is it that they produce
Edge for it and continue to supply windows updates for their anti viurus
Still there are probably no pressing items other than existing
functionality to do for windows 7. I read somewhere recently that Windows 7
machines still outnumber the Windows 8 ones due to the fact most people
thought that version was a mess! grin.

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From: "Joseph Lee" <@joslee>
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Sent: Friday, November 13, 2020 5:10 PM
Subject: [nvda-addons] Resource Monitor 20.11 localization update, November
13th development snapshot #AddonRelease

Hi all,

Resource Monitor 20.11 is now available. This version includes
localization updates. As always, you can check for the new version
through Add-on Updater or visiting NVDA community add-ons website.

Also, for our adventurous users, November 13th development snapshot of
Resource Monitor is also available (you must tell Add-on Updater to
check for development releases). This snapshot includes a preview of
what's coming in version 21.01 (January 2021), including:

* Windows version messages: the words "Windows version" are no longer
announced (NVDA+Shift+6).
* Windows build.revision: if you are using Windows 10, you will notice
that NVDA will announce build.revision (such as 19042.630). This
announcement is now available for Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2 users
as well. I will not make it available for Windows 7 and 8 because they
are no longer supported by Microsoft (for consumers), and I'll not be
accepting any suggestions or pull requests regarding it.
* Internal changes to prepare for future NVDA releases (too early to
talk about specifics).

As always, feedback is appreciated.



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