This is how you can use the Narrator feature on Windows 11
There are numerous third-party screen readers for Windows 11 available. The most popular are Job Access With Speech (JAWS) and Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) (NVDA).
However, Windows has a free screen reader called Narrator. Given the abundance of alternatives, the majority of individuals do not utilize it as their primary screen reader. But if you’re in the majority, it can come in handy if you’re borrowing someone else’s device or if you can’t use your favorite program for any reason.
There are a couple of methods to activate the Narrator, and in this guide, we are going to walk you through the same.
Method 1. Using the keyboard on your Windows 11 Computer
If you don’t have a remapped keyboard, you can activate Narrator by pressing Control + Windows + Enter. This will launch Narrator and launch Narrator Home (where you may learn about the capabilities of Narrator and change settings). You may minimize it while Narrator continues to operate, or you can quit it to exit the Narrator.