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WordWeb Pro Bundle

The Ultimate Thesaurus and Dictionary for Windows!

$69
v10 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 7, 8, 10 and 11 (32 and 64 bit)
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Toss out that dog-eared dictionary and worn-out thesaurus, and use this amazingly helpful tool instead. -- PC World

Do you work with words?

We do, and boy, this software is useful. For starters, WordWeb Pro gives you immediate, right click access to a dictionary and a thesaurus right on your desktop.

It's beyond simple. Just hold control and right click any word on your screen. Flipping through your dictionary or thesaurus, heck, even typing in the URL of the Websters or Roget's site is now a thing of the past.

The flexibility of WordWeb's thesaurus is impressive. If you search for "shoe," for example, you will get a list of synonyms for the word shoe in addition to results that list different types of shoes and the parts of shoes.

But that's only the beginning!

Please note: today's deal includes WordWeb Pro as well as all optional additional word lists (a $59 value).

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Egon User After buying WordWeb Pro, I had to realize that I had lost my money (20$ (EDIT: 19$) plus VAT), since all the dictionary web sites I had been interested in, were rendered in a way that didn't make their info readily available to me, and with an ad defender, it outright got impossible; I had to realize that obviously, the developer had selected the freely-available sites (free/trial, non-"Pro") in a way that those problems didn't appear before making my purchase decision.

(I obviously speak of the "standard", English, two-language and one-language dictionary, and thesaurus sites you will want to use this alternative browser interface with, not of "exotic" sites with possible non-standard, additional problems.)

Thus, your task of quick-n-easy, concurrent access to several standard web dictionaries for the same search term will unfortunately not be met by WordWeb Pro, you will have to write some little macros instead, so my hint for you here, don't try to interact with the searchbars of those sites but analyze their respective search URLs after having fired up their regular search, then write your macro(s) accordingly - and you should get 1-key navigation between your browser tabs, and a little macro getting you to some "homepage" of your own as your search "home base" (then "close other tabs", in order to fire off the whole set again with your next search term, but without closing your browser in-between); as an intermediate solution, there are free browser add-ins (of very different quality though) which direct your input into the respective site searchbar, without fiddling with the mouse in case.

As for non-web dictionaries, etc., there always Oxford Shorter Dictionary, Chambers Thesaurus (30/10$ on MS), as well as the multiple UltraLingua dictionaries (12$ each, e.g. Eng-Spanish/French and vice versa and many more), all of them are a steal in their own way (the UltraLingua dictionaries are WAY beyond of what you'd expect for 12 bucks), and I can speak about them, as well as of WordWeb Pro since I all own them (for UL, the language combis only I'm in need of, of course), with buyer's remorse just for the latter.

The "ideal" solution would be to get out just the core info from the web sites, but whilst you could do that individually, no developer may sell such a tool, for obvious legal reasons; presenting an inferior, alternative browser being not a real alternative... but kudos to the developer to have hidden that core info from me, by very neatly selecting the sites available in his tool before buying: smart guy indeed!

Oh, sorry, that wasn't on purpose, no, no, no - it was just his good luck and my bad one. Oh yeah.
Mar 22 at 2:12am Copy Link
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Antony Lewis WordWeb 10 can use the new EdgeView embedded web browser for viewing external references - this should resolve any issues viewing sites in the old Internet-Explorer enginde of previous versions. You are welcome to email us if you have a problem.
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 2:29am Copy Link
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Lito Where is the change log for v10? I am on v9 and I am considering buying this to upgrade to v10.
Mar 22 at 6:58am Copy Link
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Antony Lewis You can see the update history down the page at https://wordweb.info/users.html
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 7:19am Copy Link
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Mustang The upgrade page indicates v10 is now a subscription. What happens to the license at the end of 12 months?
Mar 22 at 7:23am Copy Link
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Antony Lewis This offer is for a one-off purchase, including updates for one year. If instead you get the subscription, it's a yearly payment including all future updates.
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 7:30am Copy Link
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Stephen Kunkel It's a good app. I've been using it for years with no problems.
Mar 22 at 11:47am Copy Link
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Eric Hi,

As the info does not appear in the Fine Print, could you please specify on how many PCs is a license allowed to be installed?

Thanks,

Eric
Mar 22 at 3:01pm Copy Link
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Antony Lewis It is for one user, e.g. you can install on a laptop and desktop as long as you are the only user.
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 3:05pm Copy Link
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Eric Thanks Anthony!

So if I have three machines (same User), I need two licenses - right?
Mar 22 at 3:07pm Copy Link
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Antony Lewis One user is enough if you are the sole user of all three.
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 4:09pm Copy Link
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Eric Thanks!
Mar 22 at 4:15pm Copy Link
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Antony Lewis The ODE, NOAD and Collins add-on dictionaries have been significantly updated, the others have not.
WordWeb Software - Mar 22 at 11:53pm Copy Link
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Dunking As an existing user of V8, would an upgrade just to the current ODE work or does it require an upgrade to V10 as well? Is there a bundle with the ODE and new American OAD and WW10?
Mar 23 at 2:53am Copy Link
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Antony Lewis I'm not sure, they are designed for version 10. There are reference bundle subscriptions available, but separate from this offer and not just that specific combination.
WordWeb Software - Mar 23 at 7:23am Copy Link
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Dunking OK, thanks.
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