Although voice access has presented a breakthrough with Windows 11 version 22H2, there are still some more major enhancements coming with the update. The latest update will be Moment 3, which is expected to be launched in June. With this upcoming update, voice access will be expanded to a few more regions that speak English, including the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and India.
Moreover, there will be changes introduced with the setup process. This update will display the Voice Access Guide to users automatically once they’ve installed the app. You need to choose a microphone from voice access, and after that, you will be able to try out available commands to practice this feature.
As you reach the end of the guide, tap on the command list. A new list will be displayed that is redesigned and has organized the commands into categories, clarifying the purpose of each command.
Additionally, there are more commands listed here, and Microsoft is attempting to make this even better so you can more quickly see all the commands that are accessible.
That’s really all there is to know about Windows 11 version 22H2 and the upcoming one. There is currently no sign that it will be offered in other languages, but maybe that changes in the future. Even so, it’s already a helpful tool for English speakers. If you’re seeking additional Windows 11 hints and tips, you might want to look at how to personalize and enhance Windows 11.
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