Windows® XP Voice Recognition Software
Do you want to know how you can effectively use voice recognition software in Windows® XP operating system?
For a common man it is like a miracle to talk to its computer, but Microsoft® has made it possible with its voice recognition software. The best thing about this software is that it actually correlates with a number of other software applications running on your computer. The software is fairly easy to install and use with Windows® XP operating system.
Now we will talk about voice recognition software in Windows® XP in the following points.
- Input device
Microsoft® voice recognition software actually has the capability to convert the spoken words into written text. It helps during the installation of a number of applications and programs. As the voice recognition software has been designed for the users all over the world, you can easily configure the software according your accent. A number of different accents that are available in the software are: British English, German, French, Russian, etc.
To introduce the sound into the system it is necessary to have an input device. You can use a microphone for this purpose. The microphone should have built-in voice filtration system as the speech recognition is directly related to the quality of input. The recognition rate becomes poor if the microphone used is of poor quality.
Some of the common issues associated with voice recognition software have been discussed in this paragraph. Sometimes, the microphone fails to recognize the voice of the user which may be due to the difference in the user’s accent. The pronunciation of the user should be in such a way that the software can easily recognize and process it.
The most important thing that a user must keep in mind is that the software should be customized to suit the work environment of the user. For this, the user must use voice training wizard. This engine helps to adapt the speaking style of the user in all aspects, including the way of speaking, pronunciation and idiomatic phrases as well. The Windows® XP voice recognition software should be used in a sound free area so that the software can easily recognize the voice of the user. The microphone used should be of great quality so that the sound may filter easily into the software. The user should speak in a constant tone as too high pitched or too low pitched sound is difficult for the software to recognize. The user must pause between words that are spoken as it would make it easier for the program to recognize the words and phrases.