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For those on the list using or contemplating Linux, this was interesting.

No one really addressed software only written for Windows - e.g.
Dragon Naturally Speaking.

There doesn't seem to be a good open source or Linux-based voice
recognition software.

That can be a deal breaker.

But, for those of us not interested in grappling with W10, it's a conundrum.


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