NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free, open source screen reader for Microsoft Windows. It is developed by NV Access in collaboration with a global community of contributors. To learn more about NVDA or download a copy, visit the main NV Access website.
Please note: the NVDA project has a Citizen and Contributor Code of Conduct. NV Access expects that all contributors and other community members will read and abide by the rules set out in this document while participating or contributing to this project.
The NVDA project is guided by a product vision statement and set of principles. The vision and principles should be always considered when planning features and prioritizing work.
NVDA is available under a modified GNU General Public License version 2. Please refer to our license for more information.
- Support and information for NVDA users
- Report an issue or feature request
- Getting add-ons
- More important links and community information
If you would like to contribute to NVDA, you can read more information in our contributing guide. This includes information on reporting issues, triaging issues, testing, translating, contributing code/documentation and creating add-ons.