How to Enable Voice Recognition in Windows 10
If you’ve ever wondered how to enable voice recognition in Windows 10, you’ve come to the right place. Using speech recognition allows you to dictate text and operate your computer with your voice. You can enable this feature from the Ease of Access window under the Interaction tab. Click on “Turn on Speech Recognition” and follow the prompts. Once the system detects your voice, you can use the Set Up Speech Recognition application to set up a microphone. A headset is recommended for better audio quality.
Firstly, open the Registry Editor. This is the database that stores all the operating system settings. To access it, you’ll need to sign in as an administrator. Secondly, go to the Speech Recognition tab and double-click on the key called “Online Speech Recognition”. This will launch the setup wizard. Click “Next” once you have successfully signed in. Now, your computer will detect speech and will start the speech recognition process.
Once you’ve enabled speech recognition, you can switch it off by hitting the Windows key. You’ll need to train your voice for the feature to work well. Then, you can use the software applications that come with Windows 10 to use speech-to-text. The software application will make text easier to read, navigate, and edit. It also has options for spelling and punctuation. There are many other ways to enable speech-to-text on Windows.