Are you talking to me? No! I'm talking to my computer! Check out this new Voice Recognition program.

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Explore the speech recognition capabilities in Windows Vista and watch a demonstration to learn how you can operate them to open, close, and use programs; navigate around the screen; explore the Web; and create documents. You’ll also get some tips on how to edit documents, improve recognition of custom or unusual words, and get the most out of speech recognition in Windows Vista.

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      Linkyshinks

      Very cool, great for those incapacitated by alcohol ( if you could manage to see the tiny numbers)l, it would also be helpfull for those physically disabled, the internet i understand is already a vital tool for such people, this will only help, but apart from that obvious use it is of course very cool, the fact you can use it on non Ms Aps is brilliant, it seems many uses will be found for it ( i hope they bare innovative ones. LS

      Thanks,

       Linkyshinks X

      * Hey TeddyB, i posted that link for you at the topic of request:)LS

       

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      Linkyshinks

      Very cool, great for those incapacitated by alcohol ( if you could manage to see the tiny numbers)l, it would also be helpfull for those physically disabled, the internet i understand is already a vital tool for such people, this will only help, but apart from that obvious use it is of course very cool, the fact you can use it on non Ms Aps is brilliant, it seems many uses will be found for it ( i hope they bare innovative ones. LS

      Thanks,

       Linkyshinks X

      * Hey TeddyB, i posted that link for you at the topic of request:)LS

       

    • User profile image
      Linkyshinks

      Very cool, great for those incapacitated by alcohol ( if you could manage to see the tiny numbers)l, it would also be helpfull for those physically disabled, the internet i understand is already a vital tool for such people, this will only help, but apart from that obvious use it is of course very cool, the fact you can use it on non Ms Aps is brilliant, it seems many uses will be found for it ( i hope they bare innovative ones. LS

      Thanks,

       Linkyshinks X

      * Hey TeddyB, i posted that link for you at the topic of request:)LS

       

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      Lord Zimbu

      After using it for a week.. its still spotty. corrections are ubiquitous.

      I'd like to hear that with thr RTM and final the app uses less system resources while its understanding a bit more of what I'm saaying.

      Numbers is also an excellent addition.

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      Lord Zimbu

      After using it for a week.. its still spotty. corrections are ubiquitous.

      I'd like to hear that with thr RTM and final the app uses less system resources while its understanding a bit more of what I'm saaying.

      Numbers is also an excellent addition.

    • User profile image
      Lord Zimbu

      After using it for a week.. its still spotty. corrections are ubiquitous.

      I'd like to hear that with thr RTM and final the app uses less system resources while its understanding a bit more of what I'm saaying.

      Numbers is also an excellent addition.

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