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This Windows 11 Narrator tool makes computing more accessible! Check 5 hacks

Narrator is a built-in screen-reading app in Windows 11 for users with visual limitations to complete tasks without a mouse. It reads and interacts with the screen, enabling easy browsing and work on documents. Here are just a few of the features that Narrator offers.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Apr 24 2023, 12:17 IST
Windows 11
Determining characteristics: Narrator provides details about formatting, including font, text alignment, and spacing. The formatting information is categorized into font, advanced font, object color and outline, paragraph spacing, and page margin, amongst others. (Unsplash)
1/5 Determining characteristics: Narrator provides details about formatting, including font, text alignment, and spacing. The formatting information is categorized into font, advanced font, object color and outline, paragraph spacing, and page margin, amongst others. (Unsplash)
Windows 11
Use Narrator with touch: You can use gestures to interact with Narrator and your device. Drag one finger around the screen to explore items and double-tap to activate. Flick left and right with one finger to move through items. (HT Tech)
2/5 Use Narrator with touch: You can use gestures to interact with Narrator and your device. Drag one finger around the screen to explore items and double-tap to activate. Flick left and right with one finger to move through items. (HT Tech)
Windows 11
Easy navigation: In Windows, use the Tab or arrow keys to move around apps and webpages. You can also use the Tab, arrow, and Enter keys to move between and interact with things like checkboxes and buttons. (Microsoft)
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3/5 Easy navigation: In Windows, use the Tab or arrow keys to move around apps and webpages. You can also use the Tab, arrow, and Enter keys to move between and interact with things like checkboxes and buttons. (Microsoft)
Windows 11
Braille display to navigate your PC and read text: Narrator works with braille displays that use a USB or serial port. If you have a braille display installed, you can perform up to 12 Narrator commands to navigate and interact with apps. (Unsplash)
4/5 Braille display to navigate your PC and read text: Narrator works with braille displays that use a USB or serial port. If you have a braille display installed, you can perform up to 12 Narrator commands to navigate and interact with apps. (Unsplash)

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Windows 11
Customization of speaking: With narrator, you can customise rate, pitch, and volume of the voice. To change Narrator volume: Press Narrator + Ctrl + the Plus sign (+) or Narrator + Ctrl + Add (numeric keypad) to increase volume. Similarly, to change the rate at which Narrator speaks: Press Narrator + the Plus sign (+) or Narrator + the Minus sign (-). (Pexels)
5/5 Customization of speaking: With narrator, you can customise rate, pitch, and volume of the voice. To change Narrator volume: Press Narrator + Ctrl + the Plus sign (+) or Narrator + Ctrl + Add (numeric keypad) to increase volume. Similarly, to change the rate at which Narrator speaks: Press Narrator + the Plus sign (+) or Narrator + the Minus sign (-). (Pexels)
First Published Date: 24 Apr, 12:16 IST
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