What's stopping me from Installing Linux Completely

Suxhe

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Hi,

I'm currently using Windows 10 and I really really want to start using Linux but what's stopping me is the fact that I didn't
find a good software that will read books out loud for me.

Since the corona-virus started I'm trying to get smarter so I started listening to e-books but it seems there is no software that matches
what Windows Store provides me
If anyone is familiar with Speech Central he'll know what I'm talking about.
If I did find a tts program that will read books out-loud the TTS voice configured there is so awful, you can't understand a thing.

Does anyone here understands my point? (My English is really bad sorry).
I would love for some help, thanks!
 


Nelson Muntz

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Maybe this will offer a solution.


 

Alexzee

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Maybe try Orca screen reader.

Just an idea.
 

Condobloke

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CALIBRE
eBook Management



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wizardfromoz

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G'day @Suxhe and welcome to linux.org

What is your first language?

Cheers

Chris Turner
wizardfromoz
 


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