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  • 3.0 stars

    "Incompatibility with Explorerer/Mozilla, lots of adware"

    July 15, 2013  |   By skytop111


    It's free but that's also a con.


    Wordweb is maddening. It does not copy your selected words correctly and rarely recognizes a misspelled word. Also, when you download, you get the bonus of lots of trojan malware adware. Ne


    Hope you like adware trojans.

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  • Reply by BallsMcGee7777 on September 27, 2014

    Utter lies. I recently installed this & had NO adware, spyware or anything of the like included. It's because I didn't download it from a stupid place like this website we're on right here. I used Softpedia, I believe. It also works GREAT with Firefox, I'm using it as we speak.

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