Powershell: Text To Speech in 3 lines of code

There are times where small and simple things can have big impact for a larger audience, one example is implementing a Text To Speech function. Users want to interact with machines in a smarter and meaningful way, the biggest challenge is for developers and engineers to meet that expectation integrating those features in their solutions.

We always give for granted that notifications are visual and users are always staring at in front of a monitor waiting for a pop-up window or a new line on the cli to check progress or output of a repetitive operation.
But I think that in many cases text to speech is a good way getting user attention or providing useful instructions. So let’s dive into..

Continue reading “Powershell: Text To Speech in 3 lines of code”