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Problem Steps Recorder

Problem Steps Recorder

Have you ever faced a computer issue, but you were not able to describe it precisely to a technical support specialist to help you troubleshoot it? Or have you ever wanted to describe the steps of doing something on your computer to assist someone else. It might help that you record the steps and save them to a file. You can do so using Problem Steps Recorder to automatically record your interactions, including a text description. Problem Steps Recorder is integrated into Windows by default; so you do not need to download or install anything additional application.  Read More »

Tuxtrans: Translator Operating System

Tuxtrans: Translator Operating System

An operating system dedicated for translators? Yes! Tuxtrans is an operating system developed to meet the daily needs of translators; it can also be used in translator education to help students become familiar with translation environments. Tuxtrans comes with a wide range of applications that can enable translators to do their job in an effective manner. Read More »

Microsoft Office Online

Microsoft Office Online

Have you ever dreamt of using Microsoft Office on your tablet or phone? Many people want not only to save documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online, but also to share documents with others and work together simultaneously, and yes – for FREE. Consider the power of Office 365. Read More »

Terminology Sharing with GoldenDict & multiQA

Terminology Sharing with GoldenDict & multiQA

Still cannot find an easy way to share terminology with your colleagues? Exchanging glossaries via email everyday is not convenient. Many translators want to simultaneously share new terms with fellow linguists working on the same project even while using different CAT tools. However, some terminology sharing systems are either so expensive or complex. multiQA offers an out-of-the-box method for terminology collaboration. Read More »

Translate SDLXLIFF Files using translate5

Translate SDLXLIFF Files using translate5

translate5 is a browser-based OpenSource system for editing and analysing translations. In translate5, users can edit, comment, filter, and sort translations. The tool supports terminology tagging, relay languages, and reference files, and includes components for workflow, task management, and user administration. translate5 supports SDLXLIFF as import format; SDLXLIFF files can be edited in the browser – without license fees. Read More »

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