Microsoft is testing Voice interaction of Win 10 to arrive in the 21H2 version

The latest report on WindowsLatest reported that Microsoft is testing Voice interaction of Windows 10 to arrive in the 21H2 version which can change the way users interact with applications and files.

The new voice interaction experience also supports setting, Windows file explorer and Windows search box , a new Windows 10 feature called “voice launcher”.

Microsoft started testing an improved new soft keyboard (touch keyboard) as early in the month of September. The new soft keyboard introduces a new emoji selector and another feature called “Windows Voice input” is now available in the search box of File Explorer, Setting Applications and Start Menu.

Users can also use Windows Narrator “Win+H” to experience the new voice typing function.

As we can see in the above screenshot shows us a new voice launcher comes with a modern look design and it’s optimized for all Windows 10 functions.

Windows Users can also pause the voice dictation or enable a feature called “auto-punctuation” which will automatically insert punctuations (periods, question marks, etc).

Microsoft is currently experimenting with this upcoming new feature in the stable builds in the following regions and languages later in the next year Q1, 2021.

  • English: US, UK, Canada, Australia and India.
  • French: France and Canada.
  • Portuguese: Brazil
  • Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese.

Your everyday use of voice typing could make make Microsoft’s online speech tech more accurate for everyone who speaks you language. If you choose to enable this optional feature, your voice clips will be reviewed by Microsoft.

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