This is my site for links to Genuine Free Stuff as well as some useful advice. I use most of these programs regularly. It's good gear. It's all worth having.

** April 2014. Major revamp and update for relevance happening, especially now that support for Windows XP has ended, and now that we all are addicted to our Android phones. A lot of old stuff is going.

This post in particular started this whole website...

I have been building and using computers since about the Ice Age, from DOS 3 through to Windows 7.
I have been mucking about with mobile phones for quite some time, using Symbian S60 and then Android.

Press F8 at boot to start in safe mode - Windows XP and 7
To see the details of you computer, download, install and run 'Speccy' - shows Operating System, Firewall, Anti-virus and hardware.
If you think you have a virus, start here 'Free Online Virus Scan'. Try any or all, and be patient.

April 2, 2014

Android offline dictionaries for HTC, Samsung and Sony phones - April 2014

Here's my latest find. I've just been over to Bali and was looking for offline dictionaries. They're kinda hard to find.
I found a few that may suit your needs for French, English and Italian and maybe a few other languages.


Here's the links - .

Offline Dictionaries.
Free, and there's a Pro for a small price.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.nghs.android.paid.dictionnaires

Download the app and then download the libraries you want.
Maybe hitch a free ride on someone's WiFi, or jack into your computer at home for these downloads.

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QuickDic Offline dictionary
Free and with a pretty cool and geeky interface. Created by a coder with little time for a pretty interface, but it works and it like it.
Good for English, German, Italian.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hughes.android.dictionary




Bahasa Dictionary - Indonesian / English
Free.
Works offline after downloading library.
Good if you are heading off to Bali to chill out.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gits.bahasa



Try those. See how you go. Ciao. Sampai lagi.

Speaking in tongues. Cheers. Si.
link corrected 28 May 2012, checked April 2014
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