Is There A Way Or Means To Add Established ‘Text-To-Speech’ Voice(s) To Typical Windows 7 Commands Or More Windows 7 Features And Functions?
Posted on 2011-10-15
Hello. I have a question to ask.
Is there a way or means to add established ‘text-to-speech’ voice(s) to typical Windows 7 commands or more Windows 7 features and functions? This would mean from the point of Windows loading at Windows start to Windows shutdown a test-t-speech voice would be available and the user would be greeted with a human voice.
1. I have yet to this this Text-To-Speech feature/function as an internal option in Windows 7 either as an online website reference as written discourse or I ever traversed this feature/function while on my Windows 7; but I may be overlooking this feature/function, am I or am I not?
2. Is there some Text-To-Speech third party program/application that can be installed into Windows 7 that is dependable, reliable, and fully featured that you may recommend? (If the program/application is free, wonderful; however I will assume that such a complex program/application is probably a ‘paid’ program/application.)
Please provide your own best possible well written, detailed and documented website links; and/or your own detailed facts, suggestions, hints, and tips.
Remember: ‘Text-to-speech’ is the opposite in voice/vocal transmission to ‘speech recognition’ software. I am looking for 'text-to-speech'.
NOTE: This is applicable to my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system.