Updating the autumn release of Windows 10 Creators makes it easier to use voice commands. You can use the voice command on the keyboard just by pressing the Windows key and H. It’s not necessary to do any specific settings for this task through the control panel.
The old speech recognition tool is still accessible through the control panel. This tool features like the ability to move the desktop with voice commands that you cannot access in the new version. But most users prefer the new version of the voice command in Windows 10 to its earlier version.
How do I start the voice command?
To start the voice command from anywhere in Windows, just select a text field and then press the Windows key and H on the keyboard. In this case, you will see a bar called “Listening”, which is actually a small version of the touch keyboard.
You can also start the voice command by tapping the microphone key on the touch keyboard.
How do I make voice command and text markup?
Just start the conversation by pressing the Windows keys and H, or by touching the microphone button. While the “Listening” box is displayed, Windows will listen to your voice. To do this, you need to connect the microphone to your computer, but on more advanced laptops, the microphone is embedded inside them, which is expected to function well.
While the “Listening” box appears for you and the microphone icon is blue, what you say to your microphone is displayed as text in the text marker program.
After 5 seconds, when you said the stop dictating statement aloud, the microphone icon turns black again and the Listening box is deleted and the operating system is stopped. Also, Windows starts typing with the keyboard, stopping the operation. Every time Windows starts playing or stopping, you will hear a short beep sound.
Note: To start the voice command again, repeat the steps above.
Note that this tool is usually suitable for writing some short notes or web searches, and it’s probably not a good option to write a document or email, because it’s not able to automatically mark text, and you should get the symptoms that You want to use audio in the text.
For example, to use signs such as commas, commas, citations, and many other signs, you should alert them aloud. For example, to enter the text, “he said,” Hello, you should say loudly: “He said,” Free quote, hello.
It’s interesting to know that some commands, and not all those who work with speech recognition, also work with the vocabulary dictionary.
For example, to enter the backspace character, just say: press backspace, also to clear what you have selected, you can declare the delete it. Many other commands, such as choosing a specific word “[select [word]”, or clearing the selected part “clear selection” are among the commands you can access. Windows displays many of these voice commands through the guidance displayed in the voice command bar.
Voice commands do not always work properly
Unfortunately, in some cases, voice commands do not work continuously. For example, a phrase that we declare as a command recognizes well, but sometimes it does not have the ability to execute it correctly, which means that this feature is not as powerful as Dragon NaturallySpeaking software.
The lack of trusted voice commands for editing is a real problem because you must edit the text using your keyboard, and on the other hand, when you start typing, the voice command is cut off and for reuse, you need to have Windows keys and Press H. Of course, if your text does not need to be edited, it will be easy to use.
Unlike the old speech recognition feature, there seems to be no other way to achieve voice command features.
While this feature is part of Windows 10 and relatively new, it seems like a lot of Windows 10-based projects are in progress. Microsoft is hoping to improve it in upcoming Windows 10 upgrades and become a more reliable and flexible tool.