Bring your Desktop to Life with Microsoft Agent Animated Talking Characters in 11 Languages! Record and playback entertaining presentations by simply dragging characters around the screen, directing what they say and do. Behind the scenes, MASH does the
MASS is an easy to use tool to create MS Agent scripts with animated, speaking characters. You can easily create agent scripts by dragging the character on screen, selecting a few options and clicking buttons.
Speaking Email Deluxe uses Microsoft Agent characters to read your email messages.
Word-Readout is a plugin for Microsoft Word. With this program your computer can read out text based on the Microsoft Agent technology. This program works on Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 95, Windows NT 4.
Talking genie is a small text-to-speech application which use Microsoft Agent® & L&H TrueVoice ® Engine to convert the input text into speech.
Free your Eyes: All new Advanced Text to Speech 3.6 (ATTS) is a Text to Speech utility based on Microsoft Agent Technology.
Will make your computer even more helpful and entertaining than ever. Speak Lite will use Microsoft Agent Animated Characters to read your text for you.
A Eudora Pro Email plugin that uses Microsoft Agent to automatically announce new messages using a speech synthesizer and animated character. As a new message is received, the character will pop up and read who the message is from and the subject.
Talking Alarm Clock lets your computer remind you of important dates and events. It uses Microsoft® Agent to show a talking animated alarm. The alarm can also play any sound you choose and includes a handy snooze button.
Christmas Browser is a fun way to browse the Web during the holidays. You get holiday scenes, falling snow, and cheery Christmas music. Plus, a cool interface. And the Microsoft Agent adds to your 'snow surfing' experience!
This compact, easy-to-use and handy reminder service uses minimal resources and will allow you to easily schedule all your tasks, and will notify you at the specified time(s), via either a message box on the screen, the playing of a WAV or MIDI file,