The Windows Speech Recognition language must be the same as the operating system language in Windows Vista

The Windows Speech Recognition language must be the same as the operating system language in Windows Vista

Article ID : 934377
Last Review : April 2, 2007
Revision : 1.0

INTRODUCTION

This article describes how the Windows Speech Recognition language must be the same as the operating system language in Windows Vista.

MORE INFORMATION

Windows Speech Recognition is available only when the language of the operating system matches the language of Windows Speech Recognition. In Windows Vista Ultimate, you can change the language of the operating system by installing a language pack from Windows Update. If you install the language pack of a supported Windows Speech Recognition language, you can then use Windows Speech Recognition for that language if that is also the language of the operating system.

Windows Speech Recognition supports the following languages:

• US English
• UK English
• French
• Spanish
• German
• Japanese
• Traditional Chinese
• Simplified Chinese

For more information about Windows Speech Recognition, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

928313 (/Feedback.aspx?kbNumber=928313/) The user interface items are not in the correct language when you open the Speech Recognition Options Control Panel item in some versions of Windows Vista

APPLIES TO
• Windows Vista Ultimate
• Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit edition
• Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit edition
• Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit edition
• Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit edition
• Windows Vista Business
• Windows Vista Business 64-bit edition
• Windows Vista Business N
• Windows Vista Business N 64-bit Edition
• Windows Vista Enterprise
• Windows Vista Home Basic
• Windows Vista Home Basic N
• Windows Vista Home Basic N 64-bit Edition
• Windows Vista Home Premium
• Windows Vista Ultimate Beta
• Windows Vista Starter

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