By Nate Fernandes, 17 May, 2022 Forum macOS and Mac Apps I have a colleague wanting to do some user testing using NVDA. Obviously, they will need a Windows Virtual Machine. I've seen discussion on here about using Jaws on one, but not NVDA. Please let me know how to best assist them. Thanks! Options Log in or register to post comments Comments As long as you get windows… As long as you get windows running, there are no special differences. NVDA would run as normal in the windows environment. Keep in mind though that Parallels isn't the most accessible software with VoiceOver on the Mac side. Currently, people seem to use UTM, a free piece of software to create a Windows VM in a most accessible way.