Yes, according to Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 is Windows 10 compatible.
Right now I am on version 11 and am quite happy with it. Now the bad news. It has been widely reported that Dragon naturally speaking, even this version, will not work well on Windows 10. The parent company, Nuance, claims there is a workaround and that they are going to get it right eventually.
Does Dragon software work with Windows 10?
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 is supported randomly across 10 windows. Customers who have attested a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 device that already has Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 installed will eventually be able to upgrade to Windows 10 without requiring a fresh installation of DNS 12.
Is Dragon compatible with Windows 11?
As we have already mentioned, almost all of the features for accessing the 11 Windows commands are developed in the Nuance Dragon voice recognition application (Microsoft bought Nuance a year ago).
Does Dragon Naturally Speaking work with Windows 11?
Windows 11 is HORRIBLE with NaturallySpeaking Dragon. Don’t let your computer fix it. You just can’t use apps like Firefox or Gmail even if someone installed the correct Dragon extension. In addition, several voice commands available for working with Photoshop are usually disabled.
Does Dragon anywhere work on Windows?
Wherever you are, Dragon syncs your mobile, Windows and Mac devices when you launch Dragon on your desktop. This means that with a single subscription, users can have a consistent workflow accessible from any of their cool gadgets.
Does Dragon work on Windows 10?
It has been publicly reported that Naturally Dragon Speaking will not work properly in this version on Windows 10. Parent company Nuance claims that there is a good and reliable workaround and they should eventually make it work.
What do I need to install the Dragon software?
Connect to the Internet to automatically activate the software (quick and anonymous process) and if you received a Digital River Dragon web installer instead of a DVD to help you install the software.
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