Windows 10 includes a new voice-to-text feature, and in this guide, we'll help you to get started with the experience.
The Fall Creators Update to Windows 10 brought a new dictation feature that allows you to translate spoken words into text a lot easier than before — and in any app and across the desktop experience.
Dictation joins the touch keyboard and handwriting as input options, and is very similar to Speech Recognition that's also part of Windows 10. Dictation focuses exclusively on converting voice into text, so you can't you can't use it to navigate the desktop and apps using your voice as you can with Speech Recognition.
In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the easy steps to start using voice dictation on your device.
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