Tag: dictionary

Windows 10: Speech Recognition Performance And Accuracy

If you’re moving from Windows 7 to Windows 10, you’ll notice a slight improvement to the speech recognition interface in the new version. In Windows 7, the speech recognition interface didn’t work at all with applications unless they had fulltext control. This is something that Nuance has done as well with Dragon NaturallySpeaking, but their …

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Learn New Words With Google And Voice-Recognition

Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re reading an article and the article that you’re reading has this fancy word in it; a word you never seen before and don’t exactly know the definition? Some people might know better to go to a website that has an online dictionary and to look …

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AutoHotKey: MyLittleHelper – Making tech life easier

This is a fairly short post, but it’s really to the point. The power of AutoHotKey continues to impress and be incredibly useful. If you know how to use AutoHotKey, you know exactly what I’m discussing. I use AutoHotKey in just about everything I do… and just about everything I write. I’m a person that …

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How to: Create A Bookmark HTML In A Blog Post

So the question comes up in the Windows Live Writer forum, can you establish bookmarks [HTML] in a blog to link to specific parts of a blog with Windows Live Writer? The answer is NO- not natively, but you can do it other ways. But if you know a little HTML code, you can do …

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Composing: Spelling, Grammar and More

Three years ago, I started using a program to help me deal with text I was typing repetitively. That’s when I actually started getting more into what helpers were out there in the composition of documents and emails. It’s important to save time to get other things done, and if you’re not constantly examining what …

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Android + Google Goggles = The New Tricorder

This is another fascinating development from Google. It’s interesting that no one is doing these things and if they’re, they’re not publicized. Microsoft presented a feature months ago where pictures were collected and use collaborative manner; offering up the same scene from multiple different angles. BUT I’m not sure this was ever thought about…

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