Translate text between more than 50 languages with ease

Who likes to move between windows and copy and paste text back and forth when it comes to translate a text? That’s what happens when you’re using online translators. Instead, I suggest you to try Google Translate Client, which is free and enables the fast translation of text in the most applications, such as Web Browsers, Office apps, Messengers and etc. using the Google Translate service.

Google Translate Client is a free download for Windows, which integrates Google’s language translation features with other programs (MS Word, Outlook, Internet Explorer and other browsers, etc.). The idea is to effortlessly bring the functions of online translators into the familiar functionality of popular applications.

While online translators, including Google’s own, are useful tools, they can be time consuming, as you move between windows and copy and paste text back and forth. Google Translate Client is far simpler – just highlight the desired text in a web page, word document or email and a pop-up ‘G’ icon will offer a translation of the text. Simply select this to see your required translation appear below the original.

The client can be enabled or disabled for a range of applications, meaning that you can customise your use of the tool. If for any reason you don’t want it to run with Firefox, for example, you can turn it off, while still allowing it to run in your other chosen software programs.

Google Translate Client is available in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 and takes up minimal system memory to run alongside your favourite applications. It also supports free XDXF dictionaries, as used by Atlantida, WiseDict and mDictionary, among others. Wikipedia articles are also supported.

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Write, compose and catalog all of your original music with TuneSmith

As an aspiring musician, at least in my day, I wrote over 150 different songs, including lyrics for a musical. However, back when I was writing, during the 1980’s and 1990’s, I didn’t have any of the computer-based music writing tools that exist today. Songwriters have a lot to be thankful for, especially in tools like TuneSmith. It’s a tool that helps you write, compose and catalog all of your original music.

No matter where you are – at home, on the road or in the studio – TuneSmith provides you with the tools you need to easily enhance your song lyrics and to effortlessly administer your growing song catalog. TuneSmith allows you to focus on your craft using a robust lyrics editor. With comprehensive text styles, a handy revision history and extensive search capabilities, you’re certain to insure that every new lyric can be the best it can be. Some of the most difficult rhymes and meters can be easily resolved with TuneSmith’s integrated version of Rhyme Genie. When needed, you also easily be able to rekindle emotions from past writing sessions from your complete clipboard history of previously selected rhymes for each song in progress.

Knowing that the creative juices don’t always flow in a logical order, TuneSmith allows you to keep a pitch journal, allowing you to keep track of your hot ideas, tracks and to breathe new life into classic songs. You can manage all essential information about your copyright registrations, cowriters, and potential cover artists. TuneSmith is a professional grade tool that works for the serious professional as well as thrill seeking amateurs. You can keep track of different demos, album cuts and capture memorable melodies, riffs, and runs with its easy to use audio recorder.

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Powermark battery life test for Windows 7 devices

We all heard of Futuremark, the software development company that produces computer benchmark applications for home users and businesses such as 3DMark and PCMark. Well, a while back, Futuremark expanded its product line with Powermark.

Powermark is a new battery life and power consumption test for Windows 7 notebooks, laptops, tablets and other battery powered devices. Powermark includes a set of standard tests based on productivity and entertainment use-case scenarios, as well as allowing custom settings for bespoke testing requirements.

Battery life is critical to delivering a positive user experience. Powermark helps PC industry OEMs and their suppliers strike a balance between performance and power consumption by providing a consistent, accurate and reliable testing and measurement tool created with Futuremark’s deep experience in quality benchmarking software.” – Jukka Makinen, CEO of Futuremark.

Powermark Professional Edition commercial licenses start at $200 for 10 activations. However, at this time, Powermark is only available for business customers.

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Test your computer’s power capacity with BenchTown

Auslogics have released a free benchmarking tool that can test your computer power capacity and publish the results on their online service. All you have to do is to install the BenchTown client program and register for free on BenchTown.com. There’s nothing new here, but the way Auslogics designed BenchTown and its online service really impressed me. Everything is user-friendly an requires little to be done from the user point of view.

All you have to do in order to start test your machine is to push the Rate button. The whole process is automatically and takes about 4 – 5 minutes to be completed. The application uses standard stress calculations for each main component of your PC, (CPU, RAM, HDD, VGA). The results will be displayed in the same interface along with an overall mark similar to what 3D Mark has to offer.

Your can also compare your results online with your friends on the BenchTown service. If you don’t have any friends registered on this community, just invite them. You can also view overall charts based on community’s results regarding the type of processor they use, what are the most popular VGA models used, etc.

With BenchTown the testing process becomes simple and fun to analyze even for a casual user. The overall image of his system is no more an enigma due to the comprehensive results and the user-friendly way BenchTown displays them.

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Gather information and tune your hard drive to function at peak performance with HD Tune

Your hard drive is the life blood of your computer. When it goes bad, the whole thing goes down. Keeping it healthy can be an involved and painful process without the right tools. HD Tune is the right tool for that job.

HD Tune works with all kinds of drives, internal or external, spinning media or SSD, USB sticks, etc. With it, you get a complete picture of how your PC’s hard drive is performing, and can even check its S.M.A.R.T. status as well as perform various maintenance activities on it.

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Test and Calibrate Your Monitor Online

Online tools to test and calibrate your monitor:
– Photo Friday – http://www.photofriday.com/calibrate.php
– Screencheck – http://photographerusa.com/screencheck/

– Online Monitor Test – http://tft.vanity.dk/monitorTest_scale.html
– The Lagom LCD Monitor Test Pages – http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/

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Improve Your Typing Skills

Would you like to improve your typing skills? There are many websites with this purpose. Below I’ll mention my favorites:

Website:
– typingweb’s tutorial – http://www.typingweb.com/tutor/
– typingtest’s speed test – http://www.typingtest.com/

Games:
– balloon – http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/games/BalloonG.php?key=EN&letter=0
– typedown – http://www.rapidtyping.com/online-typing-games/typedown.html

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