I talk to my computer a lot. It unfortunately does not listen very well, and it gets down right disobedient at times!
It is a mental problem when we talk a lot to devices , it makes us addicted to computers and will make us separated from scoiety and friends
FUNNY BUT TRUTHFULL question!
yes you can catch me alot talking to my screen.. give 'em orders all the time..commenting, talking, singing... yep i do it all.
sometimes (actually rearly) it does listen but most of the time he's being a bad boy!even today he froze and i lost a ton of work!!
I only talk to it when it behaves badly. Maybe I should take the next step and give it a timeout.
If I use the Windows Speak function it does listen I can do basic things but it gets annoying when it doesn't understand me properly
you can do things like
Start - Programs - Accessories - Minesweeper
but when it comes to writing big slaps of text try some paid version I hear dragon natural speak is very good. Unlike windows one when i say hello , it just says hell o
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