Learn how to disable or delete custom commands using Voice Access in Windows 11

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The article provides a guide on how to disable or delete custom command shortcuts using the new Voice access feature in Windows 11. Voice access allows control over the PC through spoken commands. Custom commands can be created but may need to be switched off or deleted if they become redundant, confusing or simplify user…

This article explains disabling or deleting custom command shortcuts using Voice access in Windows 11.

Voice access is a new experience that enables anyone to control their PC and author messages using their voice. With Voice access, users can navigate the Windows interface, open applications, and execute commands, all through spoken commands.

Users can turn on or off Voice access, automatically start it up before signing on, stop it from starting automatically, install additional languages, list and create custom commands, and more.

When you create custom Voice access commands, they are enabled and ready to use. However, these commands can be turned off or disabled when no longer needed.

There could be several reasons why someone might want to turn off or delete custom Voice access commands. For example, if a command is no longer needed or if it is causing confusion or errors when used.

Additionally, turning off or deleting custom commands can help simplify the Voice access interface and make it easier to use. Finally, if Voice access is used by multiple people, turning off or deleting custom commands can help ensure that only the necessary commands are available.

Turn on or off Voice access command shortcuts

As mentioned, users can turn on or off Voice access custom command shortcuts in Windows 11.

Here’s how to do it.

  1. First, turn on Voice access.
  2. Then, open the Voice access commands page.
  3. Select Voice shortcuts on the left pane to show all shortcuts.
Custom command shortcuts for Voice access

Select the custom command shortcuts on the list. Then, toggle the button to the On position to enable the command.

To disable it, toggle the button to the Off position.

Delete custom Voice access command shortcuts

If you want to delete your Voice access custom command shortcuts, use the steps below.

  1. First, turn on Voice access.
  2. Then, open the Voice access commands page.
  3. Select Voice shortcuts on the left pane to show all shortcuts.

Then, select the custom command shortcut you want to delete to expand it.

Custom command shortcuts for Voice access details

On the command shortcut detailed page, click the ‘Delete‘ button to delete the custom command you don’t need.

Custom command shortcuts for Voice access details delete

That should do it!~

Conclusion:

This post showed you how to disable or delete your custom Voice access command shortcuts in Windows 11. Please use the comments form below if you find errors or have something to add.

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