". If so, search for a file called SAPI.DLL, probably in the Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft shared\Speech folder. Right-click on it and look at its properties. It needs to be version 5.1 or later. The program's Help file has more information about speech-recognition engines. In addition, you will obviously need a microphone plugged into your sound card.
Using the Blue Chip Bridge Table Manager (included in the package), you can connect up to four different computers on a home network, so that up to four humans can each play from their own screens. The following page (which is intended for designers of computer bridge programs) sets out the protocol by which bridge-playing computer programs can communicate with each other using the Table Manager.
A PC running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
Blue Chip Bridge should also run on a Macintosh with a Windows emulator (a "virtual PC") installed. It may run somewhat slower (please download and run the demonstration to test it) and you will probably need to allocate 512MB RAM to the application.