|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|Last updated:||15 April 2012|
|File size:||11.21 MB|
Publisher description for WordBrowser995
This pretty rough tool consists of an English language dictionary and thesaurus. For those who doesn't know what thesaurus mean, this tool is just what you need! If you try to look it up on the WordBrowser995 the answer would be: «1. thesaurus, synonym finder -- (a book containing a classified list of synonyms)» Well, it seems it works just fine!People form Software 995 »“ developers of the product - never surprise us with the beauty of their graphic interfaces and, as you may expect, this is not the exception to the rule. The interface consists of one single screen where you will find everything you need. And what it is? Let's see:First of all, on the top left corner you'll find the «Word» text box, of course, the place where you input your query. You will note that as you enter the letters of the word or phrase you are interested in, partial results display on the bottom part of the screen, the results section. This feature is specially useful when you don't remember the exact spelling of a word, so you can go trying until you see the answer below.On the right of this text box you'll find a couple of buttons to control the window status. The button «Hide», to let only the upper bar of the window visible. This will revert by clicking on the bar. The button «Set at topmost window», or the equivalent and more common to be heard «Always on top». This will revert by clicking again on the button, which now will read «Set as normal window».All that we have left is a line (or toolbar) right below compose of seven buttons. Let's take a look at them:Definition: the default option, will display the definition of the entered word.Synonyms: as you might guess, display a list of synonyms for the entered word.Antonyms: no comments.Compound: to easy remember this button, think of your word as a compound of a greater phrase. Thouse phrases, containing your word, is what WordBrowser995 will show you when you press this button.Clipboard: to quickly enter text that you have stored in the clipboard, so you don't have to type it in again.Web: to perform an online search for a definition.Help: displays online help.The access to this application is very fast using the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+W from anywhere you are working. That makes it very convenient. Also, the search process is quick so you won't wait forever for a definition. You could say that it's the dictionary to go.