How To Turn On / Off / Enable / Disable Microsoft Narrator In Windows Vista


07.04.2011

How To Turn On / Off / Enable / Disable Microsoft Narrator In Windows Vista

Microsoft Windows Vista features an application called Narrator that reads the text on the screen of your PC. But this option has to be enabled in order to work, so here’s a tutorial of how to enable and disable the Narrator program. In fact, Narrator describes the position of scroll bars and other interface elements and explains error messages. You will see that disabling Windows Vista Narrator is not the toughest thing in the world.

  1. See how to turn off Windows Vista Narrator in 5 easy steps:

  2. Click the “Start” button, then go to “All Programs” option

  3. You should be able to find the “Accessories” folder. Open it and go to “Ease of Access” folder

  4. Click “Narrator.” This will open the program and it has to stay so in order to read the text that appears on the screen.

  5. When you get enough of the boring voice that reads everything in it’s way, simply click the “Exit” button in the bottom-right corner of the Narrator control panel

  6. Click “Yes” to close Microsoft Narrator application

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