A few years back, Janie and I ordered some voice recognition software. She can only type with one hand, and this made it hard for her to use e-mail, write journals, and a host of other necessary daily activities. She could still do these things, but it was hard.We did our research, and articles on the subject of voice recognition software almost all recommended Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Thrifty folks that we are, we went on eBay and bought an older version of the software and were thoroughly disappointed. We gave it up for a while.
Recently we bit the bullet and got the newest version of the software, and we couldn't be more delighted. It works so well that in what I've written above, there was only one mistake. The first time I said "Janie" the software spelled it out as Cheney. I said "select Cheney" and he gave me a list of possible options among which was "Janie". It was a third option. I said simply "choose three". And you were Janie replaced Cheney.
With also been delighted to learn that voice recognition software not only works within itself, but also within almost any other software you have open at the time, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet -- including this article, which is a mentioned before, and speaking and not type.
I started a group on gather for voice recognition software. I hope it will become a place where people using voice recognition software will write with their spoken voice. It would also be a great place for people to go and learn more about voice recognition software and see how it might work for them. It really is quite amazing.
Except for a couple obvious changes I made above when I saw them, I've made no corrections at all. If there are mistakes in their you'll see them and you will like you know that this technology is not perfect. But it's pretty darn close.