Compared to Windows 10, the Windows 11 operating system has an attractive interface. It also has some other features made especially easy and convenient.
The Windows 11 voice access feature lets users control the computer hands-free through voice commands. This feature is now available in the Insider Preview version of Windows 11. This voice access feature is working on the English-U.S language that Microsoft may extend later. For this feature no need for an active internet connection.
When you have enabled Voice access to your computer, you can use it to perform basic tasks like opening and switching between apps, reading and sending emails automatically, etc. It’s also helpful for everyday users to dictate commands to operate the system.
As mentioned above, Microsoft recently added this feature to the Insider Preview version of Windows 11. If you need Voice access right now, you will learn how to access it through this article.
How to Enable Voice access on Windows 11?
To turn on Voice access, follow these steps;
Step 1. Open setting app
Step 2. Next, Select
Step 3. Click
Step 4. Turn on the toggle switch beside the “Voice Access” option when the Speech setting page opens.
When you turn on voice access for the first time, Windows will prompt you to download and set up a speech model for the on-device speech recognition. You will need to allow a Microphone on your PC to finish the setup.
How to Disable Voice access on Windows 11?
To turn off or disable Voice access, follow these steps;
Step 1. Open setting app.
Step 2. Next,Select
Step 3. Click
Step 4. Turn off the toggle switch beside the “Voice access” option when the Speech setting page opens.
After these steps, you will disable voice access on your computer.
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