Babylon desktop translator is available as a free download and provides translations in over 77 languages. The translator works both online and offline, delivering instant results without ever having to change applications. With just the simple click of a mouse, your requested translation will instantly appear. Babylon's unique desktop tool was developed using OCR (Optical Character Recognition), an innovative technology that enables the system to identify both the term you want to translate as well as the text surrounding it. What this means, is that the software is able to provide contextual translations with an unmatched level of accuracy.
FreeMind is a premier free mind-mapping software written in Java. The recent development has hopefully turned it into high productivity tool. We are proud that the operation and navigation of FreeMind is faster than that of MindManager because of one-click "fold/unfold" and "follow link" operations. FreeMind gives you the flexibility to organize thoughts on a page as they connect to each other and to the larger picture. Besides, it is intended for editing Mind maps, XML/HTML documents, and directory trees. In future, even network-structures will be supported such as Topic Maps (ISO). All this data is represented to the user as a Mind map. This is achieved with a modular design, which makes it possible to easily write modules, only designing the model of the problem (the data structure), without caring for the visual representation at all. Currently a Mind Mapping and a File Mode are implemented.
WordWeb is free to use and designed with intuitive user interface and useful options for looking up words more comfortable and easily. The large database of the English dictionary covers plenty areas of English speakers, from America to the Antipodes and all across Europe, Africa and Asia. Furthermore, it goes smooth on both Vista and XP systems. In order to enable users to look up words easily, WordWeb makes available a special feature with a simple shortcut command, allows quick access to the results without typing anything in the text-area box. The use of the default Ctrl+Right Click over one word will automatically add it to the query and the dictionary will pop out from system tray with its definitions, thesaurus, usage examples, synonyms and other information. The efficiency of this English dictionary has been tested in numerous applications and it proved to be worked pretty well every time.
QTranslate is a free translator for Windows (Windows 8/7/Vista/XP). With this small utility, you simply select the text you want to translate and then press the hot key (Ctrl+Q to show translation in the popup window or Double Ctrl click to show the translation in the main window). The program also has the ability to speak text (Ctrl+E) and perform a dictionary search (Win+Q). Also, you can open the main window and type text manually.
Note! The program translates a text by using online translation services, so you need an Internet connection.
The current version supports the following translation services
The program has two modes of translation by mouse selection (click on the program icon in the system tray to turn this mode on):
Show icon (Select text in any program, the program icon will appear near the cursor. Click on the icon, the popup window with the translation of the selected text will appear);
Show translation (Select text in any program and the popup window with the translation of the selected text will appear immediately).
The main features:
Translate text in any application that supports text selection (Google Chrome, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Acrobat Reader, Skype, IE and etc.);