Hello Friends,

This is one of the tutorials regarding the error occurred while navigating through the browser accessing the web pages.

Most of you use various browsers for browsing for example Firefox,IE or may be a Chrome browser. Sometimes while accessing some webpages you may come accross some Error saying “security protocol not compatible with the site’s certificate requires some registry software”. This is the most commonly seen problem when using Chrome and IE browser. Continue reading “Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR)”

Windows Speech Recognition (WSR) Commands (Part-III).

Hello Friends,

Lets continue with our WSR tutorial.

Following are some of the commands to deal with the correction and updation of the document.

Correction Panel Commands:

Number [NUMBER]

Select [NUMBER]

Click [NUMBER]

Choose [NUMBER]


Selects an item in the correction panel.

Here [NUMBER] is replace by the appropriate digit from 1-9.

Ok” or “Click ok

Confirms that the selection is correct, or to confirm any other action.

Number [NUMBER] ok

Select [NUMBER] ok

Click [NUMBER] ok

Choose [NUMBER] ok


Selects a numbered item and immediately confirm it; you can say the command all at once


Click cancel

Close that


Close panel

Close alternates

Close alternates panel

Cancels the correction panel without making any selection

Spell it

I’ll spell it myself

Tells the computer that you will provide a spelling for the item you want to write on the document.

Spell one

Spell two

Spell three





Spell nine

Provides a spelling for a particular alternate in the correction panel (they are numbered).

Hope this will help you a lot.



Windows Speech Recognition (WSR) Commands (Part-II).

Hello Friends,

This is the part-2 for the WSR-commands tutorial. We have seen the general commands for WSR, now we will look upto the commands used for the dictation operation.

Dictation commands

Select that” “Unselect that” “Clear selection

Selects/unselects the unit(s) nearest the cursor [typically the last item(s) spoken]

Correct” “Correct that

Selects for correction the unit(s) nearest the cursor [typically the last item(s) spoken]

Spell that

Selects for spelling the unit(s) nearest the cursor [typically the last item(s) spoken]

Delete” or “Delete that

Undo” or “Undo that

These revert or reverse modifications or delete item(s)

Following are the number of commands that are used for selecting the text, they does differ with the number of texts or words. These are self explanatory and thus need not to explain explicitly

Select entire text

Select entire sentence

Select entire paragraph

Select entire document

Select the entire word

Here the reference point is taken from the cursor i.e. recognition of last or next or previous.

Select the last letter

Select the last character

Select the last word

Select the last sentence

Select the last paragraph

Select the next letter

Select the next character

Select the next word

Select the next sentence

Select the next paragraph

Select the previous letter

Select the previous character

Select the previous word

Select the previous sentence

Select the previous paragraph

In the following commands replace number with the digit. E.g. –  Select the last 10 characters.

Select the last [NUMBER] characters

Select the last [NUMBER] words

Select the last [NUMBER] sentences

Select the last [NUMBER] paragraphs

Select the next [NUMBER] letters

Select the next [NUMBER] characters

Select the next [NUMBER] words

Select the next [NUMBER] sentences

Select the next [NUMBER] paragraphs

Select the previous [NUMBER] letters

Select the previous [NUMBER] characters

Select the previous [NUMBER] words

Select the previous [NUMBER] sentences

Select the previous [NUMBER] paragraphs

Select [WORD(S)]” -> Select the number of words you spoke out. For e.g-> Select Nikhil Naoghare

Select the word [WORD]” -> Select the  word you spoke out. For e.g->Select Nikhil

Select [WORD] through [WORD]” -> Select the number of words you spoke out.

For e.g->Select Nik through Nikhil

Select [WORD] to [WORD]” -> Selects the exact word you spoke out.

Similarly you can replace the Select option with many such options as per your requirements. Following are the list of options you can replace with-

Delete e.g. “Delete (the) entire text”

Correct e.g. “Correct last word”

Spell e.g. “Spell (the) last word”

Add hyphens e.g. “Add hyphens to last word” or “Remove hyphens from that”

Following WSR commands are used to move to the specific part of the document. It moves the insertion point.

Move to the start/beginning/end of the sentence

Move to the start/ beginning/end of the paragraph

Move to the start/beginning/end of the document

Move to the start/beginning /end of the word

Move to the top” or “Move to the top of the document

Move to the top of the text

Move to the bottom” or “Move to the bottom of the document

Move to the bottom of the text

Here along with Move many other options can be used such as Go To

e.g.  Go to the beginning of the sentence.

Some other commands to Move-

Move back/forward [NUMBER] letter(s)

Move back/forward [NUMBER] character(s)

Move back/forward [NUMBER] word(s)

Move back/forward [NUMBER] sentence(s)

Move back/forward [NUMBER] paragraph(s)

Move up/down [NUMBER] letter(s)

Move up/down [NUMBER] character(s)

Move up/down [NUMBER] word(s)

Move up/down [NUMBER] sentence(s)

Move up/down [NUMBER] paragraph(s)

Move to the word [WORD]

Move before the word [WORD]

Move after the word [WORD]

The next part continues here–>



Windows Speech Recognition (WSR) Commands (Part-I).

Hello Friends,

This is the important tutorial regarding one of the best features of Windows i.e. Speech Recognition. As you may know windows supports the speech recognition, following are some of the commands used for WSR. This is the first part of the commands dealing with the general use.

Some of the General commands:

1)Start listening” ->Tells WSR to start listening to your commands/dictation.

2)Stop listening” -> Tells WSR to stop listening for your Speech.

3) How do i [TASK NAME]” -> Allows you to  ask a question to your computer. The task name is name of task you want the help of window in Windows. For example, “How do I delete internet cookies?”.

4) Open [APPLICATION NAME]” Or “Start [APPLICATION NAME]” -> Tells WSR to start any application installed on your computer using Speech.

For example, “Open Windows Media Player”

5) Show Speech Recognition Options” Or “Show Speech options” -> Opens the Speech Recognition context menu showing various settings for the application.

Other alternatives you can use are “Open Speech Recognition” , “Show Speech” , “Show Speech Recognition”

6) Restore Speech” Or “Restore Speech Recognition” Or “Maximize Speech” Or

Maximize Speech Recognition” -> Opens the Speech Recognition top level user interface if it’s hidden or minimized.

Similarly you can use commands to hide,

7) Hide Speech” Or “Hide Speech Recognition” Or “Minimize Speech” Or

Minimize Speech Recognition” -> Hides the Speech Recognition top level user interface.

8 ) Move Speech Recognition to top/bottom” -> Moves the Speech Recognition top level user interface to a specified location, or simply alternates between the top and the bottom positions.

9) What can I say” -> Opens a window containing a list of commands you can say.

10) Open/Launch Speech Dictionary” -> Opens the Speech Dictionary where the user can add, remove, or block words for dictation.

Part II of this tutorial will deal with the commands use while using Windows Office. Hope this commands will help you.



Web Servers and Web Clients.

Hello Readers,

You may have the clear idea about internet and the web sites. This is the thing we use regularly in our day to day life. We use the web sites for various purposes but do we actually know how exactly it works at backend. No problem, this tutorial may help you understand the concept. Consider, we have to visit any site, then what steps we will follow. First of all we will open the browser and then write the name of the site ( Domain Name to be precised 😉 ). Then everything will happen itself. This much we have to do to view ant page on web site. But how actually this happens is because of what we called is web servers and client servers.

A web server is a computer program that delivers the content, such as web pages, using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), over the World Wide Web. The term web server can also refer to the computer or virtual machine running the program. The primary function of a web server is to deliver web pages to clients. This means delivery of HTML documents and any additional content that may be included by a document, such as images, style sheets and JavaScripts.

A Web Server is something that takes the request from the user (Client) and gives him response in required form.

When a user inserts the Domain Name or click on any link on the page then it means that he is requesting the server for that resource. This request is followed by the web server and accordingly it responds  and completes the request by responding to the request positively. Sometime that resource may be a document file, an image or even a media file, web server responds accordingly. Unless the resource is not there or server can’t find it, where it expects to be, the server flashes the user with the error 404, i.e. page not found.

When we say Server then it means either a physically placed machine (hardware) or the Application server (Software). Following image will clarify the things….

Now moving to web client.

Web Client is similar to the user/client. Actually we can say that most of the work of the user is done by web client. Now to communicate with the remote web server the user have to use either of the web browser. Now user cannot directly connect with the server, for doing so he has to use browser. Now this browser takes the user requests and send it to the web server for the response. And these browsers act as the web-clients. In other words we can say that a web-client is the application web browser that performs the tasks according to the user’s request. Following scenario will help you to understand more clearly.

Hope this tutorial have fulfilled your search.

Thanks and Regards,

Nikhil Naoghare.