VoiceOver is a helpful screen reader that is integrated into the macOS operating system for desktop and laptop computers made by Apple. People who have trouble seeing can have the text of web sites and documents read out loud by this program, which makes it easier for them to use computers and traverse the internet. You can turn it off using System Preferences if you accidentally turn it on or if you want to turn it off at the end of a session when you are finished using it. This post will show you three different ways to disable VoiceOver on your Mac. These instructions are compatible with macOS Big Sur (11.0) and all versions of OS X back to Tiger (10.4). So let’s get started:
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How to Turn Off VoiceOver on Your Mac
In System Preferences:
If you want to turn VoiceOver off using a method that is a little bit more involved, you will need to navigate to the menu that is labelled “System Preferences.” If at any point you turned off the shortcut for Command + F5, you have no choice but to perform this action, despite the fact that it will take extra time.
The next step should be taken like this.
1. It is sufficient to click on the Apple icon that is situated in the upper-left hand corner of the screen.
2. Accessibility settings are located in the window titled “System Preferences,” which can be accessed by selecting “System Preferences” from the menu that drops down from the top of the screen.
3. Make your selection using the option on the left labelled VoiceOver.