I've been playing with MS Narrator to listen to some of Spurgeon's sermons. It works pretty well, and the Microsoft David voice is fairly easy listening. Controlling the location of the reading is a chore unless you want to listen straight through. I wonder if a toolbar icon or keystroke that would allow you to start reading at the top of a window could be possible in a future update? Also a way to pause and start again without losing the place would be useful. For some reason I can't get the ctrl-win-enter key combination to start the narrator since the Windows Fall Creators Update. It doesn't seem to do anything. I was able to program a keystroke with AutoHotKey to execute "run narrator". Then I can read paragraphs using the CapsLock-spacebar to switch modes so the arrow keys can move from paragraph to paragraph. It's pretty awkward, especially if you want to start reading at a specific location by clicking the mouse.