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this product makes too many mistakes.. i bought it for my son. Had numerous people try it thinking it was phonetics from my son. Its 1000 quicker to simply type. We all became frustrated with it. Total waste of money in my opinion. Plus the hassle I had from the company to get the product key. I simply would not recommend this. Or find a way to simply try it without paying I am sure you will come to the same conclusion.
NOTE if you don't have a CD-reader for your laptop, you're stuck. The product is listed as sold by Nuance Communications Inc but when i tried contacting them for a downloadable version, they replied: "We apologize that we can not honor the document/file as a valid receipt or Proof of Purchase. Compu-Silv Computer Sales, a reseller from Amazon is not an authorized seller of Nuance products. You may contact them for assistance...". So i contacted Compu-Silv and they said they also could not provide a download URL and could not be blamed that I do not have a CD reader. NOT helpful. Dragon Premium 13, Student/Teacher Edition, English
I bought thv. 13 student and teacher edition at the end of July, 2018. The first thing that happened when I installed it was a huge message on my monitor that said that as of Jan. 1, 2019, Nuance is dropping support for V. 13 and I can upgrade to v. 15 for a "special" price. If Nuance is going to drop support for V. 13 in four months, they should not be selling it or letter Amazon sell it. This is a total scam. It is a totally unethical bait-and-switch. The ad could and should have alerted customers to this loss of support. It did not. Nuance deceived me into thinking this would be a good product to buy. Instead, I find out I was cheated because I'm not going to be able to get any help in four months. I've barely started to use the application but now I don't know if it's wortht he trouble. I will never ever buy anything else form Nuance. That's it. Not only that, but as someone who works on disability issues in my academic career, I'll be sure to let people know that Nuance is never to be trusted. I've been using PCs since 1981 and I have seen software upgraded but it was long after Microsoft stopped selling Windows XP that they dropped support for it. You don't sell as normal a product that is a mere four months from end of life.
I am a right handed person and broke my right wrist. I also happen to have a full time job and a grad student so not typing wasnt an option. I ordered the dragon software. I received it with same day delivery. Set up was very easy. This package comes with a headset and a disc. I ran it on a Windows OS. It works great with the Microsoft product such as word and it can work with the internet but I only got it to work with Firefox. Still very useful to have.
I will probably keep using it even after my wrist is healed (yes I am using it now to write this). It makes typing very quick.
Down falls: The mic has to be RIGHT at my mouth for it to get the words right.
Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 for a PC is now outdated and replaced by Dragon professional 15. This program works well for general dictation. It takes practice to learn how to dictate and correct text. It does not work with outlook Hotmail and other application programs as I thought it would. You get 90 days free technical support. I did not find that the tutorials we’re very informative you are able to create specific phrases or spellings. Names with colors like white and red and green are not normally capitalized. But you can correct things like this by combining first and last names or changing the pronunciation of a word. For example: The name Vogt comes out vote unless I combine the first and last name or change the pronunciation of Vogt to some other pronunciation. I find the cut and paste works well and the program learns your style the more you use it. You can use the keyboard to edit misspellings.
My brand new laptop started malfunctioning and acting possessed as soon as I added this software. Also, there is a new version coming out in January that you find out about after downloading the software and you'll have to buy it because their disclaimer states that they will no longer update this version once the new one is released. SMH. I rather type my own stuff out if it saves me the stress of rebooting my computer and finding creative ways to access files because this software makes search bars disappear and it makes WORD go into a mode that says "NOT Responding." WORD stays that way for hours unless you reboot your computer. I mainly need this software so I can use it in word, If it's doesn't work well with WORD, then I don't need it. I sent this garbage back.
I am a teacher at an online school and hoped to be able to use this product to cut down on the hours and hours of grading/leaving feedback that I do each day. Unfortunately, I spend as much time going back and having to manually type the correct words because this program types so many words incorrectly. I have tried to "train" it to learn some of my more commonly spoken words, but I have not seen much improvement in the time period which I have owned this product. If this product could produce "Siri/iPhone" like accuracy, it would be great! At this point, I could not recommend this product at this price point. The odd thing is, that the FREE Dragon Dictation app on the iPhone actually works great!
Superb. I used it to help edit Professor Randolph Braham his Politics of Genocide: the Holocaust in Hungary. The entire 1,500-page work had to be dictated into MS Word (the previous edition came out in the pre-digital age) before the publisher would accept it. It would have been a long, arduous process without Dragon which, though the English-language edition, uncomplainingly learned a lot of Hungarian, German, and Slavic-language terminology, complete with all the diacritics, and reproduced them with 95% accuracy.
I wanted to like Dragon. Maybe I would need a devastating injury to compromise my ability to type in order to appreciate it. In the meantime, I just wanted to make my transcription easier. I had a digital recorder in hand, no external mic, and I figured I could parrot the recording - especially since the dialogue had a lot of crosstalk. The truth is, given the difficulties installing the Dragon software and the clunky issuing of commands, I just gave up. In fairness, Dragon might work for you if you actually have the time and patience to "train" the software to your voice. But if you're in a rush, Dragon is just too cumbersome to work with. I made it through the tutorial. And even with a relatively solid-spec laptop running few apps, my machine just chugged along, trying to catch up with my mouth. In the time that it took to voice a few sentences, well, I could have just typed them faster. Sorry, not sorry.
You really need a good microphone with this. Without a good one, you will not have a smooth experience. It helps with composing emails, writing in apps and documents. With some learning, you won't need to do any typing. Most of the time, I use the voice recognition function in google documents for typing within google documents which is good enough for me and it's free.