Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 Standard [OLD VERSION]
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- Offers unprecedented speech recognition with unrivaled accuracy levels
- Dictate and edit in virtually any Windows application, including Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and AOL
- Compose emails and instant messages or surf the Web just by speaking
- Quick Voice Formatting commands allow users to issue a single voice command to make deleting and formatting text faster than ever
- Everything you need to get started, including a high-quality headset
Detalles del producto
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Idioma : Inglés
- Dimensiones del producto : 7.37 x 19.81 x 12.95 cm; 317.51 g
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 11 agosto 2008
- Fabricante : Nuance Communications
- Número de modelo del producto : A309A-G01-10.0
- ASIN : B001B5J7T8
- Opiniones de los clientes:
Descripción del producto
Speech Recognition Is Fun and Easy to UseWith Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 Standard you can talk to your computer and watch your spoken words instantly appear in documents email and instant messages. You can even surf the Web just by speaking! Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 turns your voice into text three times faster than most people type with up to 99% accuracy. It learns to recognize your voice instantly and continually improves the more you use it! Just use your voice to dictate and edit in virtually any Windows application including Microsoft Word Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox and AOL. This revolutionary and easy-to-use product gives you everything you need to get started including a high-quality headset.Features:Up to 99% Accurate and Three Times Faster than TypingMost people speak over 120 words per minute but type less than 40 words a minute. That means you can create documents and emails about three times faster with Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Dragon never makes a spelling mistake and it actually gets smarter the more you use it!Easy to UseDragon NaturallySpeaking installs quickly and requires no special script reading. New on-screen help and tutorials will make you an expert user in no time.Use with Many Windows ProgramsUse your voice to dictate edit and control applications such as Microsoft Word Microsoft Internet Explorer and AOL.System Requirements:Minimum Specifications: CPU: Intel Pentium4 or later or AMD Athlon 64 1 GHz or later. (SSE2 instruction set required). Memory: 512 MB RAM (1 GB RAM for Windows Vista ) Free hard disk space: 1 GB (2 GB for localized non-English versions) L2 Cache: 512 KB Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2000 Windows Server 2003 Windows XP SP2 or higher 32-bit Windows 2000 SP4 or higher Windows Vista or Windows Vista SP1 32-bit DVD-ROM drive (required for installation) Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher (free download available at microsoft) Nuance-approved noise-
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I've only done two trainings for the software, and so far it seems to do very well. When using this software. It's kind of like you're having a conversation or during a newscast. The voice has to be clear and precise, and the program appears to learn very quickly. As you can see by my review. There is little or no errors and this was after doing a review. When the program was only three days old. I would highly recommend this for any XP Pro user. It is not Vista friendly even though the software says it is compatible. There apparently is a learning curve with Vista. So therefore it is not recommended. It does say however, it is compatible with Windows 7. It does not take long for it to learn larger words and adapt to what you're saying such as informative, litigation, where normally and other software simple words like this would've come up with errors. I would say that I am impressed with the software. I wish that it would type out a little bit faster than the screens I would have time to know whether I've said the right word, and it will come out correctly. However with my processor being very fast,it just in time is minimal to see anywhere from 1/10 of a second to 3 seconds depending on how fast I talk. It is also noticed to make sure that you take breaks in the middle dictating a sentence.
For being a reasonably older version. It appears to work very well, and any errors on the screen are usually due to be not pronouncing the word correctly,or heavy pauses. For basic usage and overall office use. I found myself making less errors speaking that I would if I was typing the words. I am not a great speller, so therefore, I find punctuations words, and sentences tend to make more sense when I am speaking as opposed to typing. Thank you for reading my review.
Then the cards and email came from Nuance to buy version 11. They were worse than the most persistent telemarketer. I ignored all the cards and mail and then the phone calls came. Even after I listened to one sales person's entire pitch and told them no repeatedly they STILL called and emails every day. I rue the day i gave them a valid phone number, email address and home address. If you do buy this software give them a PO box and not your real phone number!!
How well does the software work? Not great, but acceptable for someone who has the time and patience to go back over and correct 30%.
The new software claims a MUCH better rate of recognition. Instead of giving purchasers an update, they chose to soak people by getting them to buy a new package.
I gave them two stars instead of one because for some applications they do work better that typing it all in by hand, but do not be foolish enough to believe that this software will transform how you enter words into your computer.
I've tried to dictate directly into e-mail, blogs, etc., and I've run into one problem: it seems as though it can be working for a time, perhaps a minute or two, and then it suddenly stops working or hits a certain voice command that exits me from the online program. It clearly does do best by working in a word processing software program, and then I simply cut and paste to any place that I wish for my opinions and comments.
I have secured a Logitech desk microphone. Although the microphone and headset that came with the software is adequate, I found that wearing the headset continually is unnecessary and uncomfortable. Really, listening to my own voice or reading back with the software is seldom used, and that's I do not need the headset at all. I simply need a high-quality microphone, and the Logitech USB desktop microphone has performed extraordinarily well for me in this regard. I highly recommend it for anyone wishing to dictate for any length of time.
All in all, I'm very pleased with the software. It is saving me tremendous amount of typing, and I know that I will use it now for the upcoming years.