Voice Command (or VoiceCommand or voice-command) does not, by default, start at boot-up; you must run the program, and then right-click the system tray icon (a very small speaker) to 'enable' the program.
Voice Command can only be used to launch programs; no other interaction is possible. Originally, ASUS expected people to say 'E <Command Word>' but currently people must say “Computer <Command Word>” and then the Eee PC will repeat back the Command Word and execute the task.
VoiceCommand can be found within the 'Settings' tab of 'Simple Mode'.
You may have to create a menu item manually for voice-command; you can find the 'voiceCmd' folder within /opt folder.
You can install voice-command version 1.0.12 from the official ASUS repository, using “Synaptic Package Manager” or the command line 'apt-get'.
sudo apt-get install voice-command
You can remove voice-command: sudo dpkg –purge voice-command
You can upgrade or remove VoiceCommand within the 'Simple Mode' when using the 'Add and Remove Programs' application.