Windows has long offered a screen reader and text to speech feature called Narrator. This tool can read web pages, text documents, and other files aloud, as well as speak every action you take in Windows. Narrator is specifically designed for the visually impaired, but it can be used by anyone. If you’ve accidentally enabled the Narrator feature in Microsoft Windows 10 and hear a narrator voice when you type, start your computer, or mouse over an item. You can turn it off with a simple setting. Here’s how it’s done. #Quick Method 1 Hold the Windows Key and press “Enter“. #Quick Method 2 Hold the “Caps Lock” key and press “Esc“ #Long Method 1. Select “Start” > “Settings” (gear icon). 2. Open “Ease of Access“. 3. Select “Narrator“. 4. Toggle “Narrator” to “Off“. Also toggle “Start Narrator automatically” to “Off” if you don’t want the voice at startup.