You might have probably been trilled by how computers welcome its user with a customized message just as it happens in movies. Well worry not, that customization is not a rocket science stuff and it doesn’t require any level of programming experience to do that trick. Well, for the guys this might be a little trick in catching the ladies attention since it has worked for me most a times. And for the ladies, errhm you can make that guy intrigued as well. I used to have my message customized in such a way that it says “Welcome to your Baby, Mr.Eminent. Don’t forget to code.” Well to me that was a catchy line. At the end of this post, you can comment below the catchy line you used.

Without much I do or say, lets begin with this tutorial. All you will need is a notepad application which comes pre-installed on your PC so no need to worry about.

STEP1: Go to start menu and search for ‘notepad’. Press Enter key to open or launch the notepad application. Alternatively, you can press ‘Windows+R’ from your keyboard. It’ll open ‘Run’ window and then you type ‘Notepad’ and press enter. All these achieve the same purpose.

STEP2: Now copy and paste the code below into your opened notepad.

Dim speaks, speech
speaks="Welcome to your PC, Eminent Blog."
Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
speech.Speak speaks 

NB: You can replace the word ‘Eminent Blog’ with your own username or you can even replace the whole sentence that comes after the speaks=”You can put any text here.”

STEP3: Click on file and then from the popup menu, click on save. Or you can use the “Ctrl + S” shortcut.

STEP4: Save the file name as anything.vbs. Example you can save it as Welcome.vbs. Select All Files in the Save File Type just below the name box.

The saving window.

STEP5: Navigate to the startup folder on your PC by simply pressing Windows key+R and type shell:startup in the Run dialog box and press Enter.

Or you can choose to open the startup folder using the hard way by navigating to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup(in Windows XP) and to C:\Users\ {User-Name}\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup (in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista) if C: is your System drive. AppData is a hidden folder. So, you will need to select showing hidden folders in Folder options to locate it.

STEP6: Copy and paste the saved notepad file into the startup folder and close it.

Copying and pasting the file into the Starup folder.

‘Finito’ at this point, we are done. Feel like testing your genius trick? Turn of your computer and turn it back on and your computer will humbly greet you.

Try it yourself to see how it works. Impress that fellow with how brilliant your PC is or in general how brilliant you are to have discovered this trick on Eminent Blog.

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