How to Turn Off the Voice on My Microsoft Computer: It States Everything I Do

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If you've noticed every action you're performing on your Windows computer is being vocalized through your speakers, what you're really noticing is Windows Narration. Find out how to turn off Windows Narrator when it states everything you do with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development and network security in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Luke. And this is how to turn off on my Microsoft computer, it states everything I do. If you've noticed eery action you're performing on your Windows computer is being vocalized through your speakers. What's most likely happening is the Windows Narrator is turned on. This is available through the ease of access program with other features like Zoom and this narration. To turn it off, what you're going to want to do is click on the Start bar. Type if Ease of Access and the fist thing that you should appear is Ease of Access Center, click on it. Here where it says, Start Narrator, I want you to left click. And as you can notice, the Narrator appears and is now narrating everything I do. I'm going to press mute temporarily, so we don't have to hear this. Now, where it says Control Whether Narrator Starts when I Turn on, left click. And then, here it says, Hear Text Read Loud, make sure the check box next to Turn on Narrator is unchecked. Click Apply and then, click O.K. Once you've done this, the Microsoft Narrator in the bottom right corner, click X. With this Window closed, Narrator should no longer function and also will not start when the computer starts up again. And that's it.


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