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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/complete-guide-to-narrator-e4397a0d-ef4f-b...

Also, when minimized Narrator Home goes into your system tray, so you won’t need to navigate around it when using Alt + Tab to switch between things. Read by sentence. Narrator can now read next, current, and previous sentences. Read by sentence is available whenever you use a keyboard, touch, or braille.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/chapter-1-introducing-narrator-7fe8fd72...

The links at Narrator Home include QuickStart, Narrator guide (which takes you to this online user guide), What’s New, Settings, and Feedback. You can also control whether Narrator Home opens when Narrator starts in Narrator settings or by using the checkbox on Narrator home. Two ways to start and stop Narrator

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/start-or-stop-narrator-99c201e7-fa7a-9b0b...

Start or stop Narrator. There are three ways to turn Narrator on or off: In Windows 10, press Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter on your keyboard. In earlier versions of Windows, you may need to press Windows logo key + Enter. On the sign-in screen, select the Ease of access button in the lower-right corner, and turn on the toggle under Narrator.

https://support.xbox.com/en-US/help/account-profile/accessibility/narrator-on-xbox-one

Press the Xbox button to open the guide, and then select Profile & system > Settings. Select Ease of Access > Narrator, and then select Narrator on. Choose Narrator options, and then do any of the following: Choose a voice. Set the Narrator key. Use the sliders to adjust volume, speed, and pitch.