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Windows Sound Changer

Windows Sound Changer is a handy free program designed to change the sound for various Windows Operating System events. In addition...

January 21, 2015 By Varun Sharma

Desktop Clock

Clock was designed as a Windows desktop program. Clock works and looks like a standard clock with extra features.Clock appears while...

September 30, 2014 By Desktop Clock

Elements Of Nature

Elements of nature V2 is more than a simple weather widget: it has great graphics; it has dozens of beautiful animations for each weather...

April 15, 2014 By StackOverPhloo

Apple's Siri versus Windows Phone's Ziggy

Apple's Siri set the pace for voice control on smartphones last year, and competitors are now coming out of the woodwork to challenge Apple's new yardstick. Can Ziggy for the Windows Phone 7 usurp the voice throne?

January 12, 2012 by

How Siri and Windows Phone voice recognition differ

There's a slightly weird, slightly sad video for the TellMe service that Microsoft bought, merged into its own voice recognition offerings and used for the voice recognition, control and search on Windows Phone. It shows a Siri-style service that fast-forwards a couple of gal pals through planning and celebrating a wedding - only with the kind of really long-term interactions you need to accomplish anything more complex than a Web search or putting an appointment in the diary.

November 4, 2011 by

Dragon Naturally Speaking Version 11

The difficulty of typing on smartphone touchscreens is driving a resurgence of interest in voice recognition but desktop dictation and control has never really taken off, even though a reasonable version has been built into Windows for several years. Nuance hopes Dragon NaturallySpeaking Version 11 will get us talking to our PCs rather than shouting at them, with a 15% improvement in accuracy and voice shortcuts to make it less tedious to control your PC by talking to it.

July 29, 2010

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