Update: I use Dragon Naturally Speaking (DNS) Ver 13 Home strictly for dictation. I dictate into their provided DragonPad app (similar but not exactly like WordPad -which is not actually supported, per se). I don't seek to make it work as a speech-only control of every aspect of daily computer living. For those who do intend to use it for every task, there are many issues being raised by long time users. Some current users have retreated to Ver 12.5.
DNS 13 Home does make an occasional recognition or spelling mistake (Texas accent??), but it is much better than my typing. Voice-commanded corrections, even using their DragonPad (DP) app, are problematic. However some of the problems are of my own making because I find voice control more tedious than just manually correcting. When I am done with dictation for the day, or minute, I save in DP, first, and then cut and paste to NF or LibreOffice. I have a lot of dictation "stubs" and use NF to manage those into parts of the story/novel.
I don't know what prices are available in JOE (Jolly Olde England), but on eBay in the US, new copies of DNS 13 Home are selling for $20-$30, including shipping and a free (built by the lowest Chinese bidder) headset (USB). Bottom line, it does what I want: making progress in getting words on electronic paper.
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