April 14, 2021
Jarvis for PC

How to Install IronMan Jarvis for PC

Today we’re giving you a tutorial about a very interesting topic, How to Convert your laptop into ironman’s Jarvis for PC.

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Friends, I can say with full of confidence that if you have running windows operating system on your laptop/desktop, So you must try this article.

 Go ahead and spend some time to read it fully and I will prove that you’re your time will be worth it.

By this tutorial, you can make your laptop like Ironman’s JARVIS for PC.

You can control your laptop by giving voice commands to the system and your system(laptop) will reply you back and also do all operations by following your voice commands, as you have seen JARVIS for PC in Ironman movie.

Sounds interesting…

For Example. After adding some commands, you are saying to your system(laptop), “Hello Jarvis” and Jarvis for pc (system) replying, “Hello sir, Good Morning..!!!”(Awesome isn’t it)

Just follow this tutorial and you can make your laptop as your personal assistant. (JARVIS).

Are you Excited?

How to Install IronMan Jarvis for PC

Requirements:

These all files are needed in this article and you have to download.

Rainmeter. This is a theme installer, we use this software for installing Ironman theme in windows for giving ironman visual look, got it.

Rainmeter also has some good features as it will provide weather reports when you’re connected to the internet.

IronMan Theme. We need to install the ironman theme after installing rainmeter for giving an ironman look to the laptop, as we talked it before.

IronMan Desktop Wallpaper. You can also set the IronMan wallpaper to the desktop, but its all up to you.

Windows Speech Recognition Macros. This is the software provided by Microsoft, the main part of this tutorial.

This software can do all Speech recognition operations on your laptop, that’s because this software is very important.

Basically, we’re providing all files containing in .zip file. For your convenience.

Click to the Download .zip file containing all require files from HERE

After downloaded all files, start setup installation of all files.

Follow the steps:

1) Setup-Windows Speech Recognition Macros

You already have downloaded this software file from the download package, just install this software, set up a microphone, open and start the training.

You will get knowledge about installation the windows speech recognition macros software in step 2 but in this step.

We’re concentrating on all the basics you need to know about windows speech recognition macros software. I hope you got it.

Note: The training process is might be boring but Don’t skip the training, training will help you to understand speech recognition.

Simple commands and at the same time it helps the system to understand your voice better than anyone else.

 Awesome isn’t it.

Microsoft has already gifted you a “Speech Recognition” facility that listens to most of the basic commands.
Windows Speech Recognition is one of the “underrated features” of Windows.

But, you need to set it up first before we bring in the more awesome features.

Simply search for “Speech Recognition” in your Start Menu and you will be navigated to the Windows Speech Recognition Tutorial directly. The steps are quite simple.

I have got a complete tutorial for it. But it’s little complicated, so I’ve kept it separate.

Make sure you take the Windows Speech Recognition Training. It is a boring but important step.

 

Windows speech recognition

Windows Speech Recognition Tutorial will guide you through the commands and in the meantime, also train your computer to understand your voice better.

So, after you take the tutorial, you will notice that your system understands your commands better than anyone else’s. Awesome, isn’t it.

2) Installing Windows Speech Recognition Macros

You now know all the basic commands and now can control your computer with your voice. Use it and get more and more familiar with it.
Tip: Whenever you are stuck, you can say “What can I say?” and your system will show up the list of the commands and their effects.
Next, we have to install the Windows Speech Recognition Macros. The installation file is found in the ZIP file you downloaded. Install Windows Speech Recognition Macros using that setup file.
windows speech recognition macros setup

You just have to click on the “Install” button and your software will be ready!

Now, open Windows Speech Recognition Macros and you will soon find the icon in the Notification Area of the taskbar.

Right-click on that icon and you will receive some options. Click on “New Speech Macro”.

Now here you have a variety of options. Basically, Windows Speech Recognition is meant to create your own commands with specific actions. We can’t be satisfied with the basic functions only right?

new speech macro
Here is a brief explanation of the options:

Insert Text: Suppose if you use Microsoft Word through Speech Recognition and don’t want to type your address again, you can set a specific phrase for your address and whenever you say that phrase, your address would by typed automatically.

Run a Program: There are default commands such as “Start WordPad” and “Start Notepad” for WordPad and Notepad respectively. There are commands for some other programs too! But what about the rest? This option can allow you to execute any program, maybe your favorite game by just speaking!

Send Keystrokes: Take a situation where you want to select all the text and copy it into the clipboard. Can you do it by just speaking? Oh yes, why not? This option allows you to add phrases for different keystrokes such as Ctrl+A and Ctrl+C!

Emulate Recognition: This is for the commands already supported by Windows Vista Speech Recognition.

Advanced: We are going to use this option for creating “Macros” for all our commands. However, this requires brief knowledge of XML. But don’t worry. You can create as many commands as you want from the below blueprint.

Note that the codes are listed in the order in which they are supposed to be used.

<speechMacros> – This is just a starting tag. This indicates that the code is actually for Windows Speech Recognition Macros.

<command> – This, in short words, is the command to be executed. Sometimes your demands are fulfilled with just a single command. However, in some cases, you would need more than one command too!
<listenFor></listenFor> – Whatever you are going to speak is supposed to be written between these two tags. Don’t forget the close tag or else your code will not work. Note that “F” in “For” is capital and not small.
<speak></speak>  – These tags should include the text your system is supposed to speak after listening to your command.
</command> – This is the closing tag of <command> tag. You would have observed by now that XML is like HTML. It has both opening and closing tags for every element, with a few exceptions.
</speechMacros> – As you would expect, this is the closing tag of <speechMacros>!
Sounds confusing? Well, I am going to give you some codes for direct usage! Yeah, I have literally included lots of examples here. You probably won’t even need to create your own commands!

But before that, I want to tell you that it is extremely important to digitally sign your macros! So before creating every single macro, you have to create a signing certificate! Every macro will need one certificate.

For creating a signing certificate, right-click the Windows Speech Recognition icon in the notification panel, then go to Security, then press “Create Signing Certificate”.
Suppose if you want your computer to greet you when you command it to wake up, you can use the below Macros:
<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Wake Up Jarvis</listenFor>

<speak>Systems Online, Database Check, Good Morning Sir !</speak>

</command>

</speechMacros>
I love this one the most! It feels honored to be greeted by my system, you know!

 


 

Here is a Macro for getting the weather. You can see that it’s a bit complicated to understand. But no worries! You just have to copy this macro and replace the highlighted with the desired details.

Note: Many people have not been able to use this code properly. Do not panic if this doesn’t work for you. Move on to other commands.
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-16”?>

<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Pull up the weather in [CityName]</listenFor>

<run command=”http://www.weather.com/weather/local/{[CityName.zipCode]}“/>

</command>

<command>

<listenFor>Is it cold in [CityName]?</listenFor>

<speak>Let me check… just a moment.</speak>

<script language=”JScript”>

<![CDATA[

<var xml_doc = new ActiveXObject(“Microsoft.XMLDOM”);

<xml_doc.async = false;

<xml_doc.load(“http://www.rssweather.com/zipcode/{[zipCode]}/rss.php”);

<var titles = xml_doc.getElementsByTagName(“title”);

<var descriptions = xml_doc.getElementsByTagName(“description”);

<Application.Speak(titles.item(2).text + ” in {[*CityName]}”);

<Application.Speak(descriptions.item(2).text);]]>

</script>

</command>

<listenForList name=”CityName” propname=”zipCode”>

<item propval=”65201”>Columbia</item>

<item propval=”37201”>Nashville</item>

</listenForList>

</speechMacros>
Replace CityName with the name of your city. Zip-code can be obtained on the Weather Codes website.
Lengthy, isn’t it?



This is a Macro for restarting your computer. Simply say “Restart JARVIS” and your system will restart!
<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Restart JARVIS</listenFor>

<speak>Rebooting The System. See you shortly, Sir!</speak>

<run command=”C:WindowsSystem32shutdown.exe” params=”-r -t 00″/>

</command>

</speechMacros>

 

Here is a Macro for shutting down your system. Say “Goodbye JARVIS” and your system will shut down!
<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Goodbye JARVIS!</listenFor>

<speak>Getting offline, good bye Sir</speak>

<run command=”C:WindowsSystem32shutdown.exe” params=”-s -t 00″/>

</command>

</speechMacros>

 


 

If you want your system to tell you the time, use this macro:
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-16″?>

<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>What’s the time, Jarvis?</listenFor>

<script language=”vbscript”>

<![CDATA[

dim currentTime

currentTime = FormatDateTime(Time(), 1)

Application.Speak Time

Application.SetTextFeedback Time

]]>

</script>

</command>

</speechMacros>

 

Likewise, if you want your system to tell you the date, use the below macro:
?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-16″?>

<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>What’s the date, Jarvis?</listenFor>

<script language=”vbscript”>

<![CDATA[

dim todaysDate

todaysDate = Date

Application.Speak Date

Application.SetTextFeedback Date

]]>

</script>

</command>

</speechMacros>

 

Suppose you have just opened a file or a folder and you want to delete it, simply use the below macro:
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-16″?>

<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Delete it!</listenFor>

<sendKeys>{DELETE}</sendKeys>

<speak> File has been Deleted, Sir </speak>

</command>

</speechMacros>

 

The last one! Want to empty your recycle bin? The below macro is to the rescue:
 <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-16″?>

<speechMacros>

<command>

<listenFor>Empty the Recycle Bin</listenFor>

<run command=”C:nirnircmd.exe” params=”emptybin” />

<speak> Done, Sir </speak>

</command>

</speechMacros>
Important tip: If you facing issues to save all commands, then you have to do is to remove inverted commas  and write again, it will definitely work.

Did I horrify you with too many codes? Note that NONE OF THE CODES GIVEN HERE ARE MANDATORY and you can always skip or modify any piece of code! After all, your system, your rules!

3) Installing Rainmeter then Jarvis Theme

Relax, The complex part is already over! You just have to install the duo – Rainmeter and Iron Man Theme, both of which are provided in the files. Rainmeter is the supporter of your Iron Man Theme.

Now, change your desktop background (Wallpaper) to any of the two Wallpapers provided in the files.

You now have to load the theme skins in Rainmeter. You have four colors to choose from – Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow.

While I like blue, it’s completely up to you from which to choose!

Simply load the skins of the color you have chosen. Click on the skin and press “Load” button. This is shown in the image given below:
rainmeter

You will notice that all the elements will be found in just one place. Rearrange them the way you like and Voila! Your system really looks like JARVIS for pc now.

But hold on! Your desktop icons are still visible and that ruins the look. There’s a solution for that too.

Simple, right-click on your desktop, hover to view, then uncheck “Show desktop icons” option. Now you can see the preview of my desktop.

jarvis for pc

Really looking Awesome, Now I am feeling like my lappy is my personal assistant and it reads my all commands like Jarvis for pc.

I know this article is a little lengthy but I am assuring you, the step is very easy… you can do it very easily by following steps.

This post really Awesome, If you facing any problem related to this post just write in comments I’ll help you.

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