Chicago Sun-Times says: Windows Speech Recognition is one of "Vista’s true superstar features"


Today, Andy Ihnatko published an article on Vista called “Vista brightens Windows” in the Chicago Sun-Times. In it, he goes over a lot of the features in Vista, and why they all combined make a compelling upgrade for users.


He says: “one of Vista’s true superstar features is its speech recognition.” and then he goes on to say:



“After 10 minutes of simple, tutorial-driven training (during which you learn how the features work, and Vista learns how you speak), your voice becomes as credible a way of controlling your PC as a mouse or a keyboard.”


Thanks Andy. Glad you like it.

Comments (1)

  1. Support at e-Speaking says:

    I think this is great!  I’ve been using Microsoft’s Speech Engine for several years on my Windows XP system.  I have a similar video demonstration of the software on YouTube at:

    <a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYu6_cNRCD4>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYu6_cNRCD4</a&gt;

    The future interface for computers will be <a href=http://www.e-Speaking.com>voice/speech</a&gt;.