Do you speak with speech recognition? Luckily, setting up a microphone on Windows is simple and easy to do. Here's how to set up and test your Microphone on Windows 10.
Setting Up a Microphone
One of the first things you'll need to do is connect to it via Bluetooth ̵
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In the Speech Recognition window that opens, click the "Set Up Microphone" link.
Once the setup wizard opens, select the type of microphone you want to use and then click "Next." [19659010
Next, the wizard gives you some text to read aloud. That's it, your microphone is now ready to use. Click "Finish" to close the wizard.
If your computer did not hear you, your microphone was muted, or you have more than one microphone installed, you'll see that message on the phone next screen.
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Whether or not you are listening to music
Open the Sounds window by clicking the sound icon in the previous section or now, you can perform a quick test taskbar and clicking the "Sounds" command.  Next, switch to the "Recording" tab
Now, speak in your microphone and look for the green bars to move as you do.
If you can see the green bar moving, but it's barely going up at all, you might try to turn up the levels for your microphone. This works by increasing the sensitivity of the microphone, so it's easy to pick up more sounds. From the "Recording" tab, click the microphone, then "Properties."
Switch to the "Levels" tab and then adjust your microphone's sensitivity so it can pick up your voice more easily. 
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