Microsoft has added voice shortcuts to Windows 11

Microsoft has added voice shortcuts to Windows 11

Microsoft is adding voice shortcuts in Windows 11. The latest Canary build (previous build 26020) introduced for the first time the ability to create and map custom voice commands to one or more actions, such as opening a folder or launching a keyboard shortcut.

The feature is currently only available in English. To use it, you need to ask “What can I say” (what can I say) and click on the tab “Voice shortcuts” (Voice shortcuts) on the left side of the panel, or use the command “Show voice shortcuts” (show voice shortcuts) to directly launch the Voice Shortcuts page.

You will then need to click Create Command to start the process.

The previous version also expanded voice access to support other languages ​​such as French (France), French (Canada), German, Spanish (Spain), and Spanish (Mexico).

Finally, there is no WordPad in the build. In September, Microsoft announced the imminent end of support for the text editor.

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