Make your Computer Speak at startup!

Do you want your computer to welcome you??
Then you are at the right place this article describes exactly how you can make your computer welcome you in its computerized voice.make your computer speak at startup

Here is  a simple trick by which computer will welcome  their users by calling out their names.

 To use this trick, follow the instructions given below:-

  • Click on Start. Navigate to All Programs, Accessories and Notepad.
  • Copy and paste the exact code given below.

       Dim speaks, speech

       speaks=”Welcome to your PC, Username”
       Set speech=CreateObject(“sapi.spvoice”)
        speech.Speak speaks
  •  Replace Username with your own name.
  •  Click on File Menu, Save As, select All Types in Save as Type option, and save the file as  Welcome.vbs or “*.vbs”.
  • Copy the saved file.
  •  Navigate to C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersStart MenuProgramsStartup (in Windows XP) and to C:Users {User-Name}AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup (in Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista) if C: is your System drive. AppData is a hidden folder. So, you will need to select showing hidden folders in Folder options to locate it.
  •  Paste the file.
 Now when the next time you start your computer, Windows will welcome you in its own computerized voice.

Note: For best results, it is recommended to change sound scheme to No Sounds.

    1. You can change the sound scheme to No Sounds by following the steps given below:-
    2. Go to Control Panel.
    3. Then Click on Sounds and Audio Devices.
    4. Then Click on the Sounds Tab.
    5. Select No Sounds from the Sound Scheme option.
    6. If you wish to save your Previous Sound Scheme, you can save it by clicking Yes in the popup menu.
    7. Click on OK.
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Try it yourself to see how it works. Now whenever you will  start your PC in front of anybody and the PC will welcome you, the fellow will be  left wondering  how brilliant computer you have.