I am starting an FAQ about dragon for users who would like to keep their current version of Dragon going for as long as they can. (Dragon have closed down all their technical support, including their old forums.) Read on for details.
I have two hopes: 1) because Microsoft will probably be focused on enterprise products, they will sprinkle the Nuance technology that they just bought into their aging and frustrating Windows Speech Recognition and embed it In Windows without new charges. 2) another team, like the one at CMU, will spin off a project that can supplant DNS.
The version of Dragon Profession Individual is 15.00.000.076. What happened is this: My PC died, I bought a Macbook not realising that Dragon no longer supported Mac (years ago I nearly bought dragon for my iMac, so just assumed it would be available). I use Dragon all the time for work, and would not have bought a Macbook if I had known. I installed the beta version of Parrallels on my Macbook and the developer version of Windows. I went to download Dragon, and found that as I had purchased it over two years ago I couldn't download it. I contacted Nuance, and they were good enough to let me down load this version. I have tried to upgrade it, but it doesnt recognise the serial number.
I might be in wrong forum, but here's my story. Coming from a MBP 2018 I9 with 32gb ram; bought new Mac Mini w/16GB ram, Dragon Medical 4.3 WILL NOT WORK on Parallels 16.5 using the emulator (Ubuntu); correct that, it "works," meaning it will inconsistently pickup audio and spit out words with about 5% accuracy. I think I might have to go PC with this or get the latest/refurbished Intel MBP to suit my needs (I need it to work with the 27 ultra fine for my home office); or just stick it out with my current MBP, but I was really hoping for a performance/speed bump all around, and was excited about transitioning to the M1 Chips - till now. Just my 2 cents. ! The approach outlined in this video could be viable, if you take a spare-no-expense approach. And in truth it wouldn't be that costly, just to get a semi-decent Windows server up and running (without any concurrent clients you just need a basic Windows Pro license). Whether (and how well) vanilla DMPE 4.3 lends itself to this networked interface is something you can poke around in the DMPE forum to find out. Better yet, you may be able to run Windows 365 on Mac, once the wrinkles have been ironed out. That seems to be the current ticket price for entering the "one-laptop-to do-it-all" club.
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