Word Prediction Software Free

Free Downloads: Word Prediction. License: All 1 2 Free. This high-quality Word Prediction software assists students in constructing complete. Word prediction technology is used to assist with text entry. It has become popular in on-screen keyboards on mobile devices and tablets. Word prediction software assists with reducing the number of required keystrokes, by predicting the word you are typing and the next word based on word frequency and context.

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Word Prediction Software Free

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Whats New? Support for Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 (32 & 64 bit) is now Available! Sorry i went awol :(bobby pins and lip gloss balm.


Free Word Prediction Software For Pc

And.. Individuals can now license WordComplete for only $9.95!
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WordComplete adaptively predicts the word you are attempting to type and gives you a choice of options from it's dictionary. The original dictionary comes with a basic list of most commonly used words, then adds new words as you type them. You can also import or create multiple custom dictionaries to suit your needs. WordComplete also sorts the words in the dictionary by alphabetical and most often to least often used, so the more you use it, the more accurate it becomes.
WordComplete is a program that monitors user input, and predicts words as the user types letters. As soon as you type a character, a small window appears which displays a list of possible words or phrases (Word Candidate list). The most frequently used words are displayed first. To further assist this process, an optional second window (inline window) can be displayed, and appears next to the letters that are typed. The inline window shows the most likely WordComplete candidate 'inline' (i.e. shows the ending of the word). This visually helps the user see what their completed word would look like, using the most likely WordComplete candidate.