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Narrator,on screen keyboard,magnifier.

How do i stop these from running evertime i start computer or browse internet.any help would be greatly appreciated.THANKS.

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Open the Ease of Access Center in Control Panel by pressing the Windows Logo key + U.
Or, select:

  • Start
  • Control Panel
  • Ease of Access, and
  • Ease of Access Center Narrator,on screen keyboard,magnifier.
  • Got to each one and shut off.

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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I want the narrator turned off


Windows Narrator is a tool that reads the text on your screen.
It can be helpful to use for many users, but if you are not utilizing it, you can easily turn it off. Windows Narrator can read text and describe events such as error messages that appear while you are using your computer.
Turning off the screen reader is a quick and simple process that does not interfere with system components.

Click the "Start" button, and then type "Narrator" (without quotes) in the "Search" box. Click "Narrator" in the search result list to launch Windows Narrator.
Click the "Control whether Narrator starts when I log on" option.
Uncheck the checkboxes next to "Turn on Narrator" and "Turn on Audio Description."

Click "Apply" to save your changes.
Windows Narrator is turned off.

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Update your Web browser to the latest version of the product. Browser updates often include important security patches. Automatically clear your browser history each time you exit. In Firefox, this option is located under "Tools" and "Options." Select the "Privacy" tab and check the box marked "Always clear my private data when I close Firefox." If you're using Internet Explorer, click on "Tools" and "Internet Options" and check "Delete browsing history on exit." Use private browsing if your browser supports it. Private browsing prevents your browser from storing any information about your browsing history, including cookies, temporary Internet files and history. Pressing CTRL+Shift+P on your keyboard will activate private browsing mode in both Firefox and Internet Explorer. It can also be accessed in Firefox by clicking "Tools" and selecting "Start Private Browsing," and in Internet Explorer by clicking "Safety" and selecting "InPrivate Browsing." Private browsing must be activated each time you open your browser.

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My cat walked on my keyboard and now I can't stop the voice. Everything I type gets spoken out loud


Hi,
Looks like your cat has activated the windows narrator feature on your PC.

To turn it off, click on Start, then click on all programs, then click Accessories,then open Accessiblity, then open Narrator. It will be shown as running, click on stop and close the window.

Also, you can turn it off from the Task Manager. To open task manager, right -click on the taskbar, select Task Manager, under Processes Tab you will find utilman.exe. Right-click on utilman.exe, then select End Process, select Yes from the next announcement window, then close the Task Manager.

Hope this solves your problem. Thanks.

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Can't get read of the annoying 'Narrator' and 'Magnifier' every time I re-start the PC .... Can you help ?


go to Control Panel>>click Classic View on left>>double-click Ease of Access Center

under Explore all settings
click "Make the computer easier to see" then uncheck Turn on Narrator and uncheck Turn on Magnifier - click Save

you'll be brought back to Ease of Access Center

on left click on Change administrative settings>>click Continue if Windows permission popup comes up>>check Apply all settings to the logon desktop>>click Save

Close Ease of Access Center>>restart computer

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(Microsoft ?)Narrator on new HP Paviolion dv9910 laptop(model# on comp.)


hi car8846 try this press the windows key on the keyboard then holding it down press u
the utility manager appears - click on the narator click stop then uncheck the boxes also so it doesn't start back up on reboot.

hope this helped.

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I donot use magnifier or narrater,How can i stop them from coming on each time i start computer


go to start all programes then to accessories. then to accessibilitys and click on narrater or magnifier. and unmark show magnifier.for narrater click exit

thanks

hope this works for you

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Yesterday, when I powered up my laptop, everything was all of a sudden enlarged ( the desktp, icons, internet, text, e-mails, EVERYTHING). I know this is probably supposed to be some kind of useful tool...


Hi,

Your enlarged desktop could be caused by several different things, so I will address each one in the order of likelihood of each one:

1. You may have accidentally changed your Display Settings.

Right-click on your desktop and select Personalize. Scroll down and click on Display Settings. Ensure that your Monitor Resolution is set for the maximum. If not, use your mouse to move the slider bar all the way to the right.

2. You may have accidentally changed the size of text and icons.

Right-click on your desktop and select Personalize. In the bottom left-hand corner, select Ease of Access. About half way down the screen, select Make the computer easier to see. Click on Change the size of text and icons about half way down the screen. If it is not selected, chose the default scale.

3. You may have accidentally turned on the Magnifier.

Right-click on your desktop and select Personalize. In the bottom left-hand corner, select Ease of Access. About half way down the screen, select Make the computer easier to see. About half way down the screen, uncheck the Turn on Magnifier.

To turn off the On-Screen Keyboard on start-up,
right-click on your desktop and select Personalize. In the bottom left-hand corner, select Ease of Access. About half way down, select Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard. Unselect Use On-Screen Keyboard.

To turn off the Narrator on start-up, right-click on your desktop and select Personalize. In the bottom left-hand corner, select Ease of Access. About a third of the way down, select Use the computer without a display. Unselect Turn on Narrator.

I hope this helps. If so, please remember to rate my post.

Thanks!

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Microsoft Narrator


Hi berbob,

There are a lot of keyboard commands to help you, the first being [Crtl] + [Shift] + [Spacebar] to read an entire window after clicking it. If you are in the main Narrator console, press the [F1] key for help. If you expand the Narrator topic, "Navigating with the keyboard and Narrator" should be displayed as a subtopic. This contains the keyboard shortcuts to help you navigate Windows.

If getting to Narrator is difficult for you, press [Ctrl] + [Esc] (equivalent to clicking on the Start menu), press [R] (for the "Run" command) and then type the word narrator, followed by the [Enter] key.

Hope this helps,
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