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PostSubject: Testing voice recognition   January 26th 2013, 4:32 pm

In windows eight they're is a program called voice recognition. Ohms law states that voltage equals resistance times current. Resistance equals voltage divided by current. Current Equals voltage divided by resistance.

This program has taken me a few hours to dictate. The syntax has many commands that are difficult to learn. I have to say many sentences so voice recognition can learn my speech.
If you have a hard time typing than speech recognition may be the key to post topics. Once you learn the commands it's easy to use.

I have tried voice recognition in windows XP and windows Vista, and it now I am using the windows 8.
It seems to be a lot easier to use and faster too. This is the first time I have tried this as the topic. It looks like I'm doing very well with this voice recognition.
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Im going to repeat the above showing that the spelling isn't always correct.
In windows eight there is a program called voice recognition owns law states that the vault each equals resistance times current resistance equals voltage divided by current. Current equals voltage divided by RE Systems click enter

This program has taken me a few hours to dictate. Space the syntax has many commands that are difficult to learn. Space I have to say many senses so voice recognition can learn my speech.
If you have a hard time typing then speech recognition may be the key to post topics. Space it looks like I'm doing very well with this voice recognition.
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I am now typing this part. The second section only took me 30 seconds to dictate, but shows all errors.

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