Aurora Echo works best if you have Microsoft's Active Accessibility version 1.1 or higher installed.
Without Active Accessibility, the Read Button or Window button on the Echo Toolbar will only read window titles and buttons, not menu items or icons.
Sorry, Active Accessibility is not available for Windows 3.1.
Windows 95 users can find Active Accessibility 1.1 and 1.2 on the Aurora 3.0 for Windows CD-ROM in the \MSAA directory. We have done the most testing with 1.1, but other accessibility utilities may require 1.2.
Windows 98 ships with Active Accessibility 1.1. If you want Active Accessibility 1.2, it is available from www.microsoft.com, do not use the version on the Aurora 3.0 for Windows CD-ROM.
Windows NT 4.0
Active Accessibility 1.2 is the only version of Active Accessibility that works on Windows NT 4.0, and it requires Windows NT Service Pack 4 be installed before it can be installed. Active Accessibility 1.2 can be found on the Aurora 3.0 for Windows CD-ROM in the \MSAA directory. Windows NT 4 Service Pack 4 is available from Microsoft at www.microsoft.com