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Speckie 4.6 – Spell Checking Tool

O. James Samson - August 29, 2012

Certainly you can make do with some spell checking tools that are compatible with your browser; and that is precisely what you get with a program like Speckie.

Speckie is an add-on to Internet Explorer that provides an inline spell checking capability that is similar to the one found in web browser like Firefox. Speckie works on Windows XP, Vista as well as Windows 7 running Internet Explorer version 6, 7 or 8. It is also available for both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Internet Explorer.

A couple of updates and fixes can be found in this new version of Speckie. The publishers have now added support for Windows 8 and Internet Explorer v10. Also, the height of the word list for the user dictionary editor has been increased for Speckie settings. Also changed are the sorting words to alphabetical (caseless) in the user dictionary editor in the Speckie settings.

Speckie is easy to use, and is about the only dedicated real-time spell check add-on for the Internet Explorer browser. One of the major attractions of this add-on is the fact that it doesn’t drag or slow down the performance of your browser. Of course, Speckie is also available for free.

Any Downsides?

Speckie is no doubt a great program; however, it is a bit confusing when it comes to installing it.

That aside it is still cool tool worth checking out – Speckie.

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