How to Enable or Disable Voice typing Launcher in Windows 11

This post shows students and new users steps to turn On or Off voice typing launcher in Windows 11.

With voice typing, you can enter text on your PC by speaking. Voice typing uses online speech recognition, which is powered by Azure Speech services.

Voice typing allows users to enter text on their PC by speaking into a microphone. Use voice typing commands to quickly edit text by saying things like “delete that” or “select that“.

When you enable voice typing, you can use its launcher to quickly access voice typing when your cursor is in a text box or text editor.

Below is how to turn on or off voice typing launcher in Windows 11.

How to turn on or off voice typing launcher in Windows 11

As mentioned above, you can also use its launcher to quickly access voice typing when your cursor is in a text box.

Below is how to use voice typing launcher in Windows.

First make sure you know how to use voice typing. The post below shows you how:

How to use voice typing in Windows 11

Open voice typing with the keyboard shortcut (Windows key + H).

Once voice typing is opened, click on Settings (gear).

On the Settings window, toggle the switch button to the On position to enable. To turn disable, move the switch back to Off.

The next time you’re in a text box or editor, voice typing will automatically be available to use.

That should do it!

Conclusion:

This post showed you how to enable or disable voice typing launcher in Windows 11. If you find any error above or have something to share, please use the comment form below.

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