A complete guide to Narrator: all you wanted to know

Need a little help to make better use of your Windows Narrator App? Here’s a complete guide to Narrator, with everything you need to know about this convenient tool that can help you work, study, and even learn new information from the web.

What is Microsoft Narrator

Microsoft Narrator, commonly known as just ‘Narrator’, is a reader utility included in your Microsoft Windows Operating System. This tool reads the contents you instruct it to out loud. This allows you to perform other tasks, or take notes, while the system reads the materials you need to hear.

Currently Narrator is included as a part of Windows 10, so you don’t need to download or install the app to use it. You can set up the app to read boxes or texts, and even chosen sentences – including the current selected one, the previous one, and the following one.

You need to be logged into your Microsoft Account to start using this app.

How to use Narrator

Using Narrator is quite simple. Open up the app by pressing the Windows Key + Control key + Enter key. You can open up the settings on Narrator by pressing Windows key + Control key + N. Then, just start navigating through contents and enjoy the materials being read out to you while you have your hands busy in other tasks.

Note Narrator will read the information displayed on the screen. If you need the app to read a certain text, hover your mouse over it. You can also determine the voice used by this app, included your support languages and male/female options.

Where to read the most complete guide to Narrator

While this app is very easy to use, some users might need more help performing certain tasks. There are many things this great app can do for you (too many to include in this short article), but worry not! We have the answer you need, right below.

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