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Occasionally you need to check spelling in an application that does not include a spelling checker and you don’t want to launch your word processor just for that. This is when tinySpell becomes handy; it is a small utility that allows you to easily and quickly check and correct the spelling in any Windows application.

Download TinySpell Here

Check Spellings in Any Application incl. Notepad

TinySpell watches your typing on the fly and alerts you whenever it detects a misspelled word. It can also check the spelling of text that you copy to the clipboard.
TinySpell installs itself in the system tray for easy access. It comes with an American-English dictionary containing more than 110,000 words.

Download TinySpell Here



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  • Terry L.

    thank you for it’s introduce

  • Terry L.

    thank you for it’s introduce

  • Terry L.

    thank you for it’s introduce

  • Keshav

    Looks cool, thanks for the buzz :)

  • Keshav

    Looks cool, thanks for the buzz :)

  • Keshav

    Looks cool, thanks for the buzz :)

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  • Dayman

    love this tool

  • Dayman

    love this tool

  • Dayman

    love this tool

  • Mel

    Very useful for those of us that grew up with word processors and never really had to learn to spell everything..

  • Mel

    Very useful for those of us that grew up with word processors and never really had to learn to spell everything..

  • Mel

    Very useful for those of us that grew up with word processors and never really had to learn to spell everything..


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