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    If you don't have a microphone connected to your Windows Mixed Reality headset, your voice commands may go astray. Here's how to fix this.
    Voice commands are a big part of interacting with Windows Mixed Reality. But, by default, all audio is set to go to your headset when it's connected. That's usually how you'll want it to be since you'll either have built-in headphones or a set directly to the headset.
    But if you have headphones, not a headset with a microphone, you'll probably want to keep using whatever desktop mic you have connected to your PC else lose out altogether. Here's how to make that happen.

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    10-24-2017 02:10 PM

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