Everyone is quite excited to get the new Windows 11 and try the new features. Rumors were around about the new update of the Windows 11 software. Finally, the new beta version is out in the market with brand new features.
Among all the other features, voice typing is easily one of the best and most helpful ones of the rest of the features. Microsoft has made many different changes in their new version of Windows and has introduced this feature along with it. However, it is not easy to enable and use voice typing. You need to know how to use the voice typing feature in windows 11 before it releases. So, here are some of the things that you need to know about this feature.
What Is Voice Typing?
Voice typing is one of the best features of Microsoft in their new version of Windows. It helps you to type anything and anywhere with the help of voice commands. This tool helps to save the time of typing manually with a digital keyboard or physical keyboard. You will be able to voice command anything to type with this feature.
It comes pre-installed on every Windows 11 device. To use this feature, you will need to have a good internet connection. Here is the detailed process that will help you to enable the feature.
- You need to find the enable sign in Windows 11. Open the Windows 11 keyboard and press ‘Windows Key + H. It helps to bring the prompt window.
- In the next step, you will get to see a mic button besides settings and help options. Click on the mic button to start the listening process. Say whatever you want and then check how the voice typing is getting converted to a text note.
Interestingly, the voice typing feature comes with ‘Auto Punctuation’ It helps to create texts without any punctuation errors. However, you have to go to the settings of the keyboard and enable the feature. You can turn on or off many things from the settings.
Most people do not have enough experience with the Windows 11 software skin. However, you need to know that many apps also come with the dictate option. You can use the voice typing feature within the Microsoft Office apps on the desktop.
Other than Windows 11, the voice typing feature is also compatible with Windows 10. However, it has a limited canvas. The voice typing tool on Windows 10 is still better than the dictation tool as it provides auto punctuation.