I haven't had this window eyes app problem with all of the Windows 10 updates. As I said before, the last security update caused unnecessary security warnings until I uninstalled the update.


Bob, K8LR, tinn...@charter.net

On 9/21/2016 3:07 PM, John Covici via Talk wrote:
I think that the wineyes.ini file in your default folder gets
corrupted, keep a copy around and if this happens replace the one you
have and that will recover all your apps.  I have not had this lately,
but I have had to do that.

On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 13:05:16 -0400,
Chris Skarstad via Talk wrote:
             Hi guys


I've seen this happen in older Window-eyes versions before, and
it just happened to me a couple days ago. I've only just got
things back to the way I want them.  For some inexplicable
reason, after I rebooted due to a Windows 10 update, I noticed
that all of my Window-eyes apps had been uninstalled?  removed?
changed somehow?

   The only way I knew how to fix it was to download everything
again.  I had to first re-install GW Toolkit, which then allowed
me to re-install AppGet, and then I was able to get all the other
apps I use pretty easily.  But the better question is, why is
this happening?  I would think after something as simple as a
reboot, the apps should all stay working, right?  I shouldn't
have to re-download them every time a new version of Window-eyes
is released.  Oddly enough this only happens one time, so it
looks like the first time after you reboot after installing a new
version of Window-eyes, this is what happens.  Anyone else know
what i'm talking about?  Has anyone else experienced this after
installing 9.3.5?


                 Thanks.





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