Windows 10 allows you to have a completely personalized experience by making some changes in the settings. There is a variety of options that you can enable and disable to match your personal taste, needs, and desires. In one of our previous guides, we have shown you how to enable the Narrator. It is a handy feature designed to read the text from the screen and you can control what will be read with your mouse, keyboard, or touch. Here, in this article, we are going to show you how to personalize the Narrator’s voice in Windows 10. So, if you don’t like the defaults for this feature, you can change them, so keep reading.
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How to personalize the Narrator’s voice in Windows 10
As mentioned, if you don’t like the default voice, voice speed, voice volume, or voice pitch, you can make the changes and set everything to match your taste. Here is how to personalize the Narrator’s voice.
- Click on the Start menu at the bottom-left corner of the screen
- Click on the gear icon to open the Settings menu
- Next, click on Ease of Access
- Among the options, click on the Narrator located on the left side of the window
- Scroll down until you reach the “Personalize Narrator’s voice” section
- There, you can first choose a voice that you like the most. If you don’t like anything from the options offered, you can click on Add more voices
- To change the voice speed, the voice pitch, and the voice volume just drag the slider below each option until you set it all the way it suits you
- Also, you can enable or disable the option “Lower the volume of other apps when Narrator is speaking”
- And finally, you can pick where you hear the Narrator’s voice
There it is. This is how you can personalize the Narrator’s voice in Windows 10.