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I can't tell you how it runs yet, so I'll have to update this review later. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt at giving it a 3, at this point.
The problem? Simply put, the specs on the software are incorrect on the Nuance site. It says specifically that this program will run on 512 RAM with an additional 512 cache. When I tried to load it on my laplop, it refused, saying I don't have enough RAM. Specifically, I have 512 RAM with a 1 GIG cache, so the specs are wrong. When I took it to the desktop computer, knowing that that one was over 700 RAM and 1 GIG cache, it had no problem with the RAM but had a problem with the processor. According to the Nuance site, the software will work with a Pentium 4 or higher and AMD Athlon 64 1 GHz minimum. I have the latter specifically in my machine. I have set up for my husband to replace the processor with his old one (same type but nearly double the GHz as my old one). We'll see if it still refuses to work, and I'll update the review with news.
No matter what, this product will not get above a 3 from me, because the developers should know what the specs are and list them correctly.
I have been using this software for a few months now and I have to say that I'm fairly disappointed. There are so many similar sounds and words in the English language that the software is almost trying to accomplish the impossible. I am a scientist and so half of what I do is fairly technical and uses very specific language. It only took a few days before I was able to speak fluidly and dictate as if I were typing but the software does trip up on uncommon words even when they are included in the software's dictionary. The software is unusual in that I have found it has a higher accuracy when you speak faster.
Another complaint I have is that the software is fairly memory intensive. Don't plan on running this if you have 15 other applications open at all times.
I would say that if you plan to use this with common tasks like writing e-mails to friends or basic word processing (including the occasional review writing on Amazon.com) you should be fine, but if you do anything unusual or technical you should be aware of its limitations. That said, if the price is right, it is kind of a fun toy.
I was debating whether or not to buy this. Should of bought during black Friday was only 30 bucks or less. Well worth the 40 bucks I spent. I am always writing ten page papers for school and my hands cramp up. This product will pay for itself. Would of went for the eleventh edition version if I had more time and money. For now it is fine. A bonus is a free headset. My headset with microphone at home was going out.I can open my web browser in fifteen seconds or less. I am still a novice and noticed some words with this program on Microsoft office get mixed up. Well worth the money. I can type and talk at the same time giving me the option to take breaks in between talking and typing. I would highly recommend this product to anyone who is tired of ruining there wrist.I'm starting to think I have gotten carpool tunnel from typing essays every week. Anyways take my advice and by this you won't regret it. Money well spent.
Make sure you buy a good USB Mic. The one they give you is not very good. and is a pain to hook up right.
Have patience when loading the software. It takes a while. Then it asks for the serial # then install the software and then asked for another code.(not the serial #),but a code you get emailed to you through a link you have to click.You can copy and paste the Long # in to the first box and it will input the entire code in.
It takes a while but that should help you out a bit.
Product had a very brief lifespan, in that, as soon as computer operating systems upgraded and updated, it would no longer work. It was briefly useful, but without spending more money on a newer version, forget about using it on a modern Win 10 computer. Sad.
I used Dragon 7 when I was teaching a few years back, and version 7 seemed to work beautifully, once you "trained" it appropriately ... and I used the continual training processes to make sure that it was right on. With Version 10, you don't have the same training process, as thorough, I guess. There are a few quirks in this one that, they will eventually get fixed, I guess, but I do miss version 7.
This is an interesting product. It does a fair job for people with slight speech impediments, like mine, but a better job for those who have little to no problems speaking. Patience helps, if you do have a speech impediment.
It will get most words and phrases right, once it gets used to your speech, and seems to have an easier time with phrases, instead of single words.
Don't try to spell out your words, it'll likely give you something very strange, as it'll try to type out your spelling with whole words, not letters.
Play with it! It will get better, as it adjusts to your speech.
I had the v.9 and upgraded to the standard v. 10 This version is some what better than the v. 9 in that the recognition is a lot better. I still find that version 10 is not recognized a lot of simple words and you have to make corrections. These are not bad like version 9. I use this product to do reports for work. I have to go back and make corrections a lot to make sure it is correct. Sometimes the product will hang up and I have to make adjustments to get it working correctly. I find that a lot of the recognition depends on how loudly you speak and how fast you repeat the phrase.
I couldn't get this program operational, perhaps because I never bought any of the updates they kept trying to sell me. I can't say how useful this program is because of that. Get the consensus of users and decide whether it's worth it over what's already in your Microsoft Word or other software on your computer.