Trying out online voice dictation


Here’s my manually corrected version, with the help of another online app, Grammarly:

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So here is the latest. I have switched to Windows 10 on my main computer. And I have Windows 7 on my remote computer.

Currently, I am speaking through dictation.io. So I don’t have to type.

What’s really cool about this setup is that accessing Windows 10 with my voice from a remote computer, I do not have Windows 10 Pro (which enables Remote Desktop) but can get voice recognition with a small free app called WoMic . And I access my main computer with free software called Real VNC .

This means I have full in-out audio/video access to a Windows 10 computer remotely, using my Windows 7 computer (which is much older).

A little knowledge goes a long way!

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And here’s how the original looked:

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So here is the latest . I have Switch to Windows 10 on my main computer . and I have Windows 7 on my remote computer .

currently I am speaking through dictation. IO . so I don’t have to type .

But it’s really cool about this setup is that accessing Windows 10 with my voice from a remote computer . I do not have Windows 10 Pro but I can get voice recognition with a small app called wo Mike . and I access main computer with free software called realvnc .

This means I have a Windows 10 computer remotely , using my Windows 7 computer left bracket which is much older right bracket . a little knowledge goes a long way !

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