Microsoft introduced a new feature called Live Captions starting with Windows 11 build 22557. Live Captions will help people, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing, better understand audio by viewing subtitles of content. Dung is said.
Captions are automatically generated on your device from any content with audio. Captions can be displayed at the top or bottom of the screen or in a floating window. The annotation window can be resized, and the annotation appearance can be personalized by applying or customizing styles. Microphone audio can be included, which can be useful during one-on-one conversations.
This guide will show you how to enable or disable Live Captions for an account in Windows 11.
Press the Win + Ctrl + L keys to turn Live Captions on or off.
1. Open Quick Settings ( Win + A ) and click Accessibility.
2. Enable or disable (default) Live Captions for the content you want.
1. Open Settings.
2. Click Accessibility on the left and click Captions under Hearing on the right.
3. Enable or disable (default) Live Captions for the content you want.
4. Now you can close Settings if you want.
Close (X) the Live Captions bar.
1. Open Task Manager ( Ctrl + Shift + Esc ).
2. Open the Processes or Details page in Task Manager.
3. Select the Live captions (Processes) or LiveCaptions.exe (Details) process in the Name column.
4. Click End task on the toolbar.