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    "Did Not like it"

    April 12, 2013  |   By Bidpal


    It does OK with spell check.


    Has adware in it.
    The only way to completely uninstall the program is to do a system restore.


    The program has adware in it, it Highlights on it's own words, and then when you click on it, the program brings you to a page that tries to sell you something, I did Not like that at all, and when I uninstalled the program, it still Highlighted some words on it's own, but not as much when it was installed, I had to do a complete System Restore to completely remove the program.

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  • Reply by kb5doh on April 28, 2013

    Yes have on my desktop but when I put it on my laptop all kinds of junk and other problems has me locked up big time.

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