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On 03/11/2015 08:00 AM, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 03/10/2015 01:07 PM, Doug wrote:
On 03/10/2015 09:19 AM, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:

The one I use is Artha, which is an offline one.  IT is not a spell checking dictionary, but, it is 
a dictionary and has many thesaurus types of information.


  I do not like Win8 and have not had any option to try 8.1. My laptops are dual booting for Linux 
and Win7.


Have you found and installed Classic Shell (free) for your Windows 8? It will make it look about 
like Win 7. And you should get and install the
free upgrade to Win 8.1. I find that it boots and runs faster than Win 7, and runs just about all 
that Win 7 does. If you have Win 8/8.1 Pro,
you will have to use a work-around to install LightScribe, but the work-around basically just calls 
for Win 8.1 to emulate Win 7. Anyway,
once you have installed Classic Shell you can forget about those ugly boxes and use the menu and 
put icons on your desktop and all. You
can also teach the system not to play games with the windows when they touch the top or side of the 
screen--just as you have to do with some
Linux distros. You can also install KDE for Windows, of which I only use a couple of the apps, not 
the whole GUI--I use Kate and FindFiles
and Dolphin and KPatience and Gwenview. Maybe one or two others I don't remember at the moment.


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