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What to Know
- Enable Voice Access: Settings app > Accessibility > Speech. > toggle switch next to Voice access.
- To quickly disable Voice Access: Right-click the voice access icon on the taskbar > Close window.
Voice access is a free feature built directly into the Windows 11 operating system that lets you control apps and settings with your voice and even allows for the dictation of speech. This article explains how to set up and use voice access as well as how to turn it on and off.
How to Set Up and Use Voice Access on Windows 11
Here’s how to set up and use the Windows 11 voice access tool.
Windows 11’s voice access tool is the successor to Windows Speech Recognition and is a completely separate tool. Voice access is also not connected to Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant which is now a separate Cortana app in Windows 11.
- Open the Windows 11 Start Menu.