How to Turn Off Narrator on Windows 11 or 10?

The Narrator feature of Windows reads on-screen text to help you navigate your PC. It is especially useful for those with limited vision to “see” what’s on their computer screen. If you don’t use this feature on your PC, you can turn off the Narrator on your Windows 10 and 11.

Several methods are available on Windows that allow you to turn off the Narrator. You can either use the keyboard shortcut or the Windows Settings to disable this feature on your computer.

How to Deactivate Narrator in Windows 11 using Settings?

To disable Narrator in Windows 11 using the Settings app, do the following:-

Step 1. First, open the Settings app.

To do that, you can use Windows + I hotkey or right-click on the Start button and select Settings in the menu.

Step 2. When the Settings window appears on your computer or notebook, select the Accessibility option from the left sidebar.

Step 3. On the opposite side of “Accessibility,” click the Narrator tile.

Step 4. At last, turn off the Narrator toggle switch.

If you want to enable the Narrator feature on your Windows 11 PC in the future, repeat the above steps and in step 4 above, turn on the Narrator toggle switch.

How to Disable Narrator in Windows 10 through Settings?

If you want to disable or turn off narrator in Windows 10 using Settings, do the following:-

Step 1. Very first, launch Windows Settings using Windows + I hotkey.

Step 2. After that, click the Ease of Access.

Step 3. Next, select the Narrator option from the left sidebar.

Step 4. On the right side of “Narrator,” turn off the toggle switch Turn on Narrator under the “Use Narrator” section.

To enable the Narrator, you need to turn on the toggle switch Turn on Narrator in the above step 4.

How to Quickly Activate or Deactivate Narrator on Windows 11 or 10?

If you want to quickly turn off or on the Narrator on Windows 11 or 10, you can use the keyboard shortcut Windows + Ctrl + Enter. Using this hotkey, you can enable or disable narrator on your Windows machine according to your needs.

That’s it.

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