Text-to-speech technology has revolutionized the way we interact with computers, making information accessible to individuals with visual impairments, learning disabilities, or those who prefer auditory content.

Windows 10 and its successor, Windows 11, provide built-in features that allow users to convert text into spoken words, empowering them to listen to documents, web pages, and other text-based content.

Whether you want to have articles read aloud or need assistance in comprehending written text, enabling text-to-speech on your Windows operating system can greatly enhance your productivity and accessibility.

In this guide, we will walk you through the process of enabling text-to-speech on both Windows 10 and Windows 11, ensuring that you can take full advantage of this powerful feature.

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