When Power Downloader recently sat down to check his e-mail, he quickly noticed a message from his niece, Kitty Kilobyte. In the message, Kitty explained that she would soon be attending a summer English class, which would mean she would probably be writing a lot of papers. She went on to explain that though she was embarrassed to admit it, spelling wasn't her greatest skill, and any software he could recommend would be a big help.
Thinking quickly, Power Downloader pointed his Web browser to Download.com to see what he could find to help Kitty. After only a couple of searches on different keywords, Power came upon the perfect program: WordWeb. With this program installed, Kitty could quickly check her spelling on challenging words by using a hot key. With WordWeb up on the screen, Kitty could check similarly spelled words, synonyms for better word selection, and seamlessly look up a word on Wikipedia or Wiktionary, right from WordWeb's interface. For particularly complex words, Kitty could even hear the word pronounced via Windows' speech engine.
After sending a link to WordWeb to Kitty Kilobyte, Power Downloader decided to keep the program on his hard drive. Though he's not a bad speller, it never hurts to double-check, and with WordWeb, double-checking is only a hot key away.