MAKE YOUR COMPUTER TALK WITH WINDOWS 7 VOICE WELCOME MESSAGE

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Have you ever wondered how computers in movies play a custom welcome message or by calling out their names when they log in? I bet that you too would want to know how you can achieve similar results on your own PC and have the computer welcome you when you log in. If that’s the case, then you have come to the right place!

  1. Copy below mentioned code and paste in a notepadDim speaks, speech
    speaks=”Welcome to your PC, Username
    Set speech=CreateObject(“sapi.spvoice”)
    speech.Speak speaks

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  2. Save the file as vbs file with any name of your choice, for example test.vbs file.
  3. In place of “Hi Sanjeev, Welcome to your computer”, you can write any message of your choice.
  4. Now move the .vbs file into “startup” folder. You can get the startup folder by right clicking on the “Windows button” i.e. Start button on PC and select explore. Once you moved the test.vbs file over there, you can restart your computer and hear the message at the time of logon.

Location of Startup folder in Windows 7,

C:\Users\%username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\

Here is the screenshot of my test system where you can see test.vbs which is located in startup folder.

Note: AppData is a hidden folder, in order to view it:

  • Press the “Alt” button on your keyboard while inside the parent folder.
  • Select “Tools” –> “Folder Options” from the menu.
  • Click on the “View” tab and enable the “Show hidden files, folders, and drives” option.

The next time you start your computer, Windows will welcome you in your own custom computerized message.

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