Windows 7 Narrator: Turn Off or On
Do you know Windows 7 come equipped with a screen reading utility, called Narrator? This tool reads whatever is displayed on your PC’s screen, even the contents of the active window, text that has been types and menu options. Narrator works best with WordPad, Notepad, Internet Explorer, Control Panel programs, the Windows desktop along with some sections of Windows Setup. It can read text as well as describe events like error messages, which come when you are using your PC. And as per your convenience, you can turn Narrator on and off on your Windows 7-based PC. It is simple and can be done in just a few steps. Check out the steps below:
1. Click ‘Start’ and select ‘Control Panel’.
2. Click 'Ease of Access' and then click 'Ease of Access Center'.
3. To run the Narrator, click ‘Start Narrator’. Now to stop the Narrator, click ‘Exit’ and then click ‘Yes’.
4. To make Windows run Narrator automatically every time you logon, click ‘Make the computer easier to see’.
5. Select the checkbox next to ‘Turn on Narrator’ and then click ‘OK’.
6. To stop Windows from running Narrator automatically every time you logon, uncheck ‘Turn on Narrator’ and then click ‘OK’.