Microsoft's Windows 10 is increasingly mature, but that may not be the reason why users appreciate the platform.
In fact, Microsoft Office also turns out to be one of the many services that Redmond's company makes available to the public and that it loves so much. As a result, an update relevant to Insiders.
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That is, the program members Windows Insider now they have the option to dictate the content they want to see written in their Word, PowerPoint, and even OneNote application. At first it looks fantastic.
Windows 10 and other platforms will be able to use Microsoft Office with the latest features …
Undoubtedly, the ability to dictate what you want to write (or see written) is quite beneficial for those who do so often. And in fact, this first preview Microsoft's feature already brings some very welcome features.
Since recognition of pauses, commas, paragraphs, among others. On the other hand, the ability to perceive what has been said comes from the company's intelligence system, which is expected to evolve increasingly in the future.
So, more than any other aspect, this is the kind of evolution you will want to see in services like Microsoft Office going forward. Also, as it is known, it can be used on many operating systems other than Windows 10.
For this reason, its use becomes more appealing and likely to reach all kinds of people who want to use it. Admittedly, it may seem a little awkward at first to talk to your computer, tablet or smartphone – without someone else on the other side.
However, it is something that we will certainly get used to and that will reduce much of the daily writer's work.
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