Speech recognition has been around for several years, and the
technology has made great progress in its ability to recognize
voices and accents and deliver more accurate results. The
Windows Speech Recognition feature has become a practical
alternative to entering text or commands with a keyboard,
although you will still have to review text for misunderstood
words and clean up punctuation a bit.
To get started with Speech Recognition, you first have to turn
the feature on; then, you can make various settings for how it
Start Speech Recognition
1 On Start screen, begin to type
2 Click the Control Panel app.
3 Click Ease Of Access.
4 Click Start Speech Recognition.
5 Click Next to move on from the Welcome
screen. (See the next task.)