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Download The Ultimate Guide to Speech Recognition in Windows 7 eBook

Speech Recognition is a technology (available in Windows 7 and Vista) which is used for controlling computers using your voice commands. You can perform various computer tasks such as writing documents, opening folder, shutting down your PC, etc without touching the keyboard or mouse. Speech recognition feature is much better and accurate in Windows 7 PC.

If you want to know more about speech recognition and its usage, here is a free eBook titled ” The Ultimate Guide to Speech Recognition in Windows 7”, which contains 28 pages and many step by step tutorials explaining all the functionality of Speech Recognition in Windows 7.

The key topics of eBook are:
  1. Preparing Computer to work with Speech ecognition
  2. Connecting a microphone to your computer
  3. Setting up Speech Recognition
  4. Setting speech options
  5. Working with Windows Speech Recognition
  6. Dictating text using Speech Recognition
  7. Controlling Computer using Speech Recognition
  8. Troubleshooting common Speech Recognition problems
  9. Common commands in Speech Recognition
The eBook by MVP Nitin Agarwal can be downloaded at source.


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