Re: Voices With NVDA Question Please.
The below message asks a very important question. You have
spoken of Narrator. Does Narrator have the speech you want and is
it the same speech you hear at the logon screen? If you only hear
it at the logon screen, it appears to be Cortana, based on the
I don't have Windows 10 and I don't know what Cortana may be set to do. But speech from digital assistants is much better than speech from screen-readers. It is speech from the cloud and is much more powerful in the computing power that drives it and much more sophisticated than synthesizers on personal computers.
I suspect a lot of people would want such speech, if they could
get it, for their screen[-readers.
But at this point, the most important question is, does Narrator
use that speech in general when you are using it or do you hear it
at the welcome screen and not when you use Narrator elsewhere?
You have spoken repeatedly of NVDA using one voice for a moment
than changing to another voice. NVDA never does this, Whatever
speech you are hearing isn't NVDA.
On 7/16/2021 2:45 AM, Richard Bartholomew wrote: