On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use Windows voice access to control their PC and author text using their voice.

Voice access in Windows 11 is a new experience, now in preview, that enables everyone, including people with mobility disabilities, to control their PC and author text using their voice. For example, you can open and switch between apps, browse the web, and read and author emails using your voice. Voice access uses modern, on-device speech recognition to accurately recognize speech and works without an internet connection.

You can submit your feedback and suggestions in Feedback Hub (Win + F) under Accessibility > Voice access. You can find the link to the Feedback Hub on the voice access help menu as well – use the voice commands "Open voice access help" > "Click Give feedback" to get there.

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