How to get your PC work with accurate speech; guide
Voice control is something that people often experiment with and has had great strides in improvements over the years as well as being easy to use, but it can still malfunction. For the PC, speech recognition can be a very useful thing, as most people can speak faster than they can type making their day to day lives more productive. Even the number of speech recognition programs released to students usually with learning difficulties have increased meaning more and more people are using it every day.
NaturallySpeaking is a new software that allows you to communicate with you PC in every area. This means that not only can you write e-mails, documents and notes but also ask your computer to carry out tasks such as search for a file, search the internet (.e.g. “Open Chrome” for Google Chrome) and to open an application. What’s more it’s also easier and quicker to set up than others.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 is faster than previous products and will be able to keep up with your needs. Users of older versions of Dragon NaturallySpeaking will also find plenty to make the upgrade worthwhile, with 15% more out-of-the-box accuracy than Dragon 12, using the latest enhancements in speech technology.
It even works with almost any microphone, meaning that if you’ve had bad luck in the past in this area, you should still give it ago. Furthermore, it only takes minutes to set up, and you can add to it’s vocabulary afterwards.
There are tutorials to guide you each step of the way and once you get used to talking to your computer, you’ll be amazed at how much you can get done. Training is not required and there is a much streamlined enrolment process, you can create a profile in moments.
Do see ‘Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 in Action’ on YouTube to see the product in use. For more information visit http://www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm.