Responding Heads

Responding Heads

3 stars

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User Rating

3 3


Win XP

control your PC via voice commands Responding Heads enables you to launch programs, commands and actions via voice commands spoken into your PC microphone. The program uses the MS Speech recognition engine and is very easy to configure. It places a small animated head on your desktop that confirms that spoken commands and adds some animation to the process (this can be turned off). Responding Heads supports program launching, e.g say `Open Mail` to run Outlook Express, as well as several system and keyboard commands, text-to-speech conversion, and even typing of pre-configured keystrokes. (Windows XP only!) Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Adsa Software Development Price Free
Version 4.0 beta  history Last updated Dec 07, 2010
File Size 50.0 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars27% 3
4 stars45% 5
3 stars0% 0
2 stars18% 2
1 star9% 1
Based on 11 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Good program 5 stars by Jedi0002 Dec 04, 2007
If you sit down and take a little extra time to put in the commands properly ... it will save you MASS amounts of time in the long run. AND if you route all commands to the root dir of each program you can free up your desktop of the clutter of the shortcuts. It rocks. show Review details
An absolute joy! 5 stars by BarryFox Sep 01, 2006 (Read all my 8 reviews)
It wasn't too hard to figure out how to program all the wonderful features. I can actually carry on a conversation with "Sam" and although it seems silly at times, it can really be a "hands-off" co-worker experience. The only gripe I have is that when I ask for the date, it says it's exactly one month later than it is. Does anybody know how to fix this? My date and time is accurate on my computer. But that's all I can gripe about; since it's got a full 5 stars from me, anyway! show Review details
Great freeware 4 stars by MarcTrepanier May 31, 2006
Great freeware, works very well and is very versatile. Would benefit from an enhanced user manual as I had to "read between the lines" to get some of the features going. Lots of fun to get your computer to do things just by talking to it. show Review details
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