FIX: Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 does not work in Windows 10

FIX: Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 does not work in Windows 10

Microsoft officially released its latest operating system Windows 10, on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 was available as a free upgrade for genuine Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users.On Windows 10 Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 is supported.

Users who had a genuine Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 that already had Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 installed were able to upgrade to Windows 10 without to re-installing Dragon Naturally Speaking 13.

Likewise, users who upgraded to Windows 10 were able to install Dragon Naturally Speaking 13without any problem.

Known issues running Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 on Windows 10

There are two modes of Windows 10. One is the desktop mode and other is tablet mode. In desktop mode, Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 works with all previously supported applications.

However, in tablet mode, where applications displayas full screen, Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 must continue to function without an issue, with supported applications.

User may find superficialdifferences in the looks of the DragonBar, and User Interface, such as the Learning Center, may appear in full screen mode. Such changes must not impact the use of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13.

The issue may come up with certain voice commands with Microsoft’s Outlook 2013. The freezing up of Outlookis known issue on Windows 10.

Users can dictate into Outlook 2013 using full text control. Other versions of Outlook continue to work as expected with Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 on Windows 10.

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Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 on the new Edge browser

Microsoft’s Edge is a new browser that is pre-installed on Windows 10. There is no published APIs for developers such as Nuance that would enable it to do advanced integration with Edge. In this case, customers can do basic dictation into edit controls in an Edge browser.

Users may not be able use full text controls or other advanced voice commands using Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 on Windows 10

Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 support other browsers, like Google Chrome or Internet Explorer on Windows 10 like they were using it on Windows 7 and 8/8.1.

Users may not be able to use voice commands to control the new features in Windows 10. The   new feature on Windows 10 like the new Start menu which was not available in Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1.

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