Typing Assistant – Word Prediction software


I am always on the lookout for good software and for word prediction. Typing Assistant  is such a tool. eType has been one I have suggested but the risks and indeed it seems difficult to get the link I think this is a better option. It works on Windows 10 so I presume it would not have a problem on Windows 7 as the install looks a standard one. You can change the amount of prediction and make changes to text size. You can load in different vocabularies but there isn’t any dictionary or thesuarus support. You get what you pay for! In this case – nothing! You can access a 45 day trial after that you would have to pay for it.

Go to:-

http://www.sumitsoft.com/

 

Here are the key features:-

Universal Compatibility Universal Compatibility: Works with virtually all programs on MS Windows.

Word Prediction Word Prediction: Predicts the words you intend to type in order to speed up your typing and/or help your spelling.

Auto-Complete Auto-Complete: Completes text input automatically to save keystrokes.

Auto-Correct Auto-Correct: Corrects spelling mistakes automatically in any program.

Auto-Expand Auto-Expand: Expands abbreviations to full text in any program, like AutoText feature in MS Word.

Auto-Clipboard Auto-Clipboard: Accesses clipboard history quickly.

Auto-Launch Auto-Launch: Launches frequently used applications/files/folders conveniently.

Spell Checking Spell Checking: Beeps on misspelled words.

Configurable Dictionary Configurable Profile: User can switch between profiles for different language typing.

Wide Adaptability Wide Adaptability: Quick settings for both fast typist and hunt-and-peck typing.

Portable Portable: Runs from a USB memory device.

Security Security: Never collects or leaks your information.

Easy to use Easy to use: Use your computer as usual and the whole process is mastered in 5 minutes.

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About AccessAbility Smyles

Specialist ICT SEND Consultant, Committed Christian, Loves photography and computing Plays piano and guitar - both badly!

Posted on November 4, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Thank you for another great article. Especially appreciated the bulleted points indicating the features of this word-prediction software. Also, just shared the link to your article here on my Facebook page. Happy to spread the word about a helpful (and FREE!) AT tool, Smyles!

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  2. It’s not free. The site says “Free to try (45-day full-function trial)”. Are you referring to an old version (http://www.sumitsoft.com/downloadold.htm)?

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