It happens quite so often that we miss one tiny utility in Windows typing. Yes, it is spell checker, this feature is not available for all Windows OS features. The latest browsers, MS Office suites come with spelling checking features. Unfortunately, if you are working with a text editor in Windows, spell checking is a tiresome process. All we need is a spell checker for Windows that integrates with all programs. tinySpell is little and tiny spell check program that integrates with all programs.
How tinySpell works?
After installation, it sits on the system tray and monitors all the mistakes you make while typing. It constantly watches your typing and if you make any mistake it alerts you to a small pop up box near that word. You can increase the size of the pop-up box from default small to medium, large and huge. For the suggestions click the default hotkey “Ctrl+” to list the suggestions.
If you get alerted for a spelling that new to a dictionary, you can add the word to the dictionary manually by opening the program interface. The tinySpell also lets you blacklist the programs that you don’t want to integrate with tinySpell. The default color of the pop-up box is orange you can change it to the favorite color. The best part of this tiny program is that it also checks the copied clipboard text.
The program comes in both free and paid versions, paid version contains more features like auto replacements, instant corrections, and case sensitivity.
- Checks spelling in any Windows application.
- Checks spelling on-the-fly (alerts if the last typed word was misspelled).
- Checks spelling of text that is copied to the clipboard.
- Allows you to specify applications for which tinySpell is disabled or enabled.
- Allows you to add words to the dictionary.
- Optionally beeps on error.
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