One of the less-well advertised features of Windows 11 is the ability to control the computer with your voice. Part of Microsoft’s accessibility support, you can “open and switch between apps, browse the web, and read and author email using your voice.” Setup is simple, and involves enabling the function in Settings and downloading a language pack. Your computer must have a microphone for this to work, of course, and you must have upgraded to the latest version of Windows 11, known as “22H2”. (To check your version, go to Settings > System > About.) Full setup instructions for Voice Control can be found here.
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