French speech recognition on Windows ITO?

Hi all

I developed a Windows 10 as a CEP application. This application uses speech recognition to the french language. Now, I would like to use this app with my raspberries FT2 and Windows ITO. But in fact, the speech recognition on Windows ITO only works for the English language.

Do you know if it is expected that the languages (such as french) are added on Windows ITO for speech recognition?

Thanks for help.


Hi Samuel,.

I suggest you post your query in the following forums to improve assistance in this regard.

Thank you.

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