Dragon Naturallyspeaking 11 Mac Download _VERIFIED_
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Dragon Naturallyspeaking 11 Mac Download
The instructions for how you can download Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 (service pack 1) can be found here. (Unfortunately, the service pack can only be downloaded from within the Dragon NaturallySpeaking program itself. There is no link to download a patch.)
Thanks for this. I found the thread a bit confusing, but I went ahead and downloaded Dragon Professional Individual for the new ARM Windows 11 + Parallels 17 (because could always send it straight back back and get a refund).
I have been using dragon naturally speaking PC Windows version for about 7 years and I am very satisfied with the performance. I purchased the Dragon Dictate 2 for my Mac air 11inch, hoping for a better user experience, but sadly it is not up to expectations. The editing and training modules are not very up to date or non existent for Mac version. If you plan to purchase Dragon naturally speaking I suggest go for the windows version. It has been established for a long time, have released several versions, with new up dates and by far the best dictation software. First time users might get a good feel from Dictate 2 for Mac, as it does the job, but if you have used the windows version you might be in for a disappointment.
Since the original download files wouldn't install, did you have to do anything to remove "secret remnants" from your mac? I'm interested enough to try it again but don't really relish the conept of 45 minute waits for tech support.
The website to register the program is www.macspeech.com/licenses/. (There is another site for registering other Nuance products but it doesn't recognize your account for products that have been registered on the MaSspeech site.).To register the product you will need to set up an account (not an uncommon process) but that account will not be the way you access the download if you purchase the product by digital copy.If you purchase the program as a physical copy, I would suggest you register the product before you start installing but it really shouldn't be necessary because the program will prompt you to register if the install goes well.
Once you do register a program, the code can be accessed in the future if you keep track of the account and website on which you registered it. I see there is also an option which downloads the code to your computer but heaven-knows-where it is stored. On some other programs the code is stored in the application icon menu. My account on the Macspeech registration website stores the codes for 3 programs I have had since Nuance took over from MacSpeech.
What I was trying to do was purchase the Upgrade of Dragon Dictate 2.5 as the result of an email offer because I was a previous customer of MacSpeech Dictate 1.5. The website only seemed to offer to send me a physical copy with shipping of either $24 or $30 to Canada. When I decided I wouldn't buy the Upgrade because of the shipping cost, I found that I couldn't remove the item from the shopping cart and eventually couldn't even access the shopping cart. When I called the 800-number to complain they told me there was a problem on the website which wasn't offering the download which was my preference. They offered to sell me the digital download over the phone which I could then retrieve from the website www.findmyorder.com with the login which asks for the order number and a password (which I think was assigned when I placed the order, but as I said, registration, download access, etc can be a forest and I was very confused by this time.)
At the www.findmyorder.com website, there were two files to download, the program for 2.5 and the data disk. When I tried to install the program and the data, the process started going around in circles asking for things over and over again.I wondered what I was doing wrong (a common reaction) so I tried to install the program on another computer. The install on the second computer was easy and although I hadn't yet registered the product the program prompted me to register it. It also updated to 2.5.1 (although I only am aware of that in retrospect.) So I went back to the first computer and tried to install again. The same problem happened. At one point I exceeded the number of downloads which is 5 because I was trying to get rid of downloads that didn't seem to be working. I called the 800-number and without too much difficulty, the person reset the downloads. But the same thing happened, with the program asking for the data disk. That is when I called Tech Support.
After the tech showed me where to retrieve 2.5.1 from their website (because he said 2.5 was buggy) and I reinstalled the data disk from the www.findmyorder.com website, the install worked well. BTW I found it hard to understand on the www.findmyorder.com download website which file was which. I got very confused and ended up not getting the data disk. The program disk image which is listed second is called Dragon_Dictate_Englishes.2.5.dmg. The data file listed first is Dragon_English_Data2.5dmg. You need both files normally but if you are getting the 2.5.1 file, I don't believe you have to have installed 2.5 first.
I purchased nuance 2.0 dragon dictate for Mac. I can not get the computer to recognize the microphone provided by nuance. This microphone is recognized by my dell computer. How can I get the mac book pro to recognize this microphone?
What's New in Version 3?Aside from being slightly faster and more accurate than the previous version, Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 comes with a few other upgrades. The tool for editing and correcting text now has a window that helps guide you through the steps for making the correction more easily, and Dragon learns from these mistakes and fixes. There's also now support for importing audio files from a digital voice recorder and transcribing them in the app, although it takes a fair amount of setup on the first go. If you don't have a digital voice recorder that works with Dragon, you can download a free app for iOS that ultimately serves the same purpose, called Dragon Recorder(Opens in a new window). There are a few more goodies in terms of having better control over your customizations on specialized vocabulary, too, so that every time you say a word you've taught Dragon, like "Android," it will always be capitalized, for instance.
As mentioned, you do need a microphone (which is included with the $199 boxed product). If you buy the digital download version of Dragon for Mac (also $199), plan to invest $20 to $30 for a simple USB headset with mic because, without it, you're wasting your money on Dragon. Alternatively, you can try this neat little trick with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (fourth generation): Download the Dragon Remote Microphone app(Opens in a new window) (free) to use your phone's mic, or the mic attached to the earbuds, to dictate to Dragon via WiFi.
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With Philips SpeechExec Pro you can automatically download all your dictations from your digital dictation voice recorder directly into the software and then route the files to the appropriate destination either via your local network, FTP server, SpeechLive or email address.
Read & Write is available on all Sites-maintained public Windows and Mac computers throughout the campus. Read & Write is also available for personal use to any current U-M student, faculty, or staff member. Please see the Windows and Mac links above for current information on how to download, install, authorize, and use the latest version. Read & Write for iPad (link is to manual), which has a limited feature set, is also available and can be downloaded from the App Store.
I am disabled and cannot type, and colleges 100% online this year because of CovId 19. When I tried to download the add-on for Dragon naturally speaking the program I use to write Foxfire says that it appears to be corrupted and will not allow me to download it. I know it's not corrupted because I have downloaded it from the same site for chrome. Can anybody tell me how to get around this problem?My sincerest thanksKevin Arthur Cleveland
It is possible that (anti-virus) security software is causing problems.You can try to disable security software temporarily to see if that makes a difference if you keep getting errors with downloading and installing the extension.
I downloaded the add-on from that link, but it's not working in Firefox at all. I still have to dictate the text into the Dragon pad, then click transfer to get it to go into the browser window. The Dragon web extension used to work quite well in Firefox, I have no idea why it isn't working now.
I am looking to purchase Dragon for Mac from a third-party as I realize Nuance no longer sells it. If anyone is selling a used (or new?) version of dragon dictate for Mac please comment here and we can exchange contact info somehow. One company is selling version 5 on eBay, but they are new retail boxes, which I believe would require a new serial number, which I believe are now impossible to register with Nuance. See, -naturally-speaking-keeping-it-going-with-catalina.html#::text=Yes%20the%20latest%20version%20of,fact%2C%20ironically%2C%20Dragon%206.0
My question is before I spend close to $500 will this solution work on my MacBook running the latest version of Mac OS Catalina? Of course the idea of running parallels sounds a helluva of a lot more convenient but my first priority is reliable, trainable dictation software. Again, before I make this investment, do you think the solution of using bootcamp on my Mac will likely be effective with future dragon and macOS updates?