Microsoft has issued a correction for a broken voice input in Windows 11

Microsoft has issued a correction for a broken voice input in Windows 11 ...

Windows 11 has a built-in voice recognition program that allows users to input text using their voice. For some reason, customers have encountered several problems with voice typing in Microsoft''s latest operating system. Upon clicking Win + H (a dedicated key for launching voice typing), Windows 11 was displaying a "Something went wrong" message, stopping users from entering text with their voice.

Microsoft has posted a new message on the Windows Health Dashboard, revealing that a server-side upgrade has addressed the issue. Now, all affected customers should be able to access voice typing in Windows 11 via the Win + H shortcut or other methods.

Microsoft claims that the affected platforms include only the client version of Windows 11 21H2, and that the bugfix does not require any action from users.

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