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There are keyboards available for Android which suggest user the next word as he is typing. Once installed some of them learn users previous conversations and suggest for next.

Is there anything similar for windows PC? I am writing a technical article and my English is not very good. I feel a great lack of words and vocabulary to describe something.

Won't that be a great idea if I give a tool a few related technical articles (or research papers) and when I start typing it suggest me words or sentences (like android keyboards). And in result I'll have a very good looking article with a very good vocabulary?

Windows built in sticky notes application is minimal but it likes to keep itself on task bar. I keep my desktop literally clean so there is nothing but beautiful wallpaper. There are a lot of sticky notes applications out there but they offer bulk of functions, when you right click it pops up a huge list of options.
Even if it offers font styling etc it should keep those options hidden from the view, keyboard shortcuts are there for that.

Is there any simple sticky notes application with which I stick notes on desktop with just a click and does NOT have that huge bulk of options? Simple stuff just works.

Is there any free alternative to CopyWhiz 4 which was free in 2008 as Piky Basket 2.0. This is a great tool, it allows you to pick and put files/folders in a basket and drop them where you want. It makes its a lot intuitive and easier to manage files.

Is there any free alternative? I searched all the internet but could not find Piky Basket 2.0 (even torrents and other download sites). They all link to original website which is not offering the old free version any more.

General Software Discussion / Fastest note taking tool?
« on: August 12, 2014, 06:35 AM »
Is there anything like Run where I simply press e.g. win+r right a simple small note, or paste it and it goes out of my sight? On Run I can save only one thing at a time momentarily, and with a small keyboard mistake I can lose that note.

I am imagining something like run, press a shortcut, write anything in the simple popup text box, press enter, it disappears and text is saved in a plain line be line list. press another shortcut and a simple popup display that collection of text. Is there anything like that already? I googled a lot, all todo and note taking tools are bulky with many features.

Post New Requests Here / Left Click + Right Click + Drag to Scroll
« on: December 03, 2013, 01:10 PM »
I used Mac a few days and loved two finger scroll. I use PC so I don't have a track pad. It would be great to do the same with mouse only. There is a utility for trackpads. There should be something for mouse too.

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Always Visible Sidebar Notes
« on: November 11, 2013, 05:22 PM »
There should be a simple sidebar which is always visible (like Vista Sidebar where maximized windows dont overlap it) and it should have editable text area to note down anything. For 1080p screen an always visible sidebar is great.

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: run an executeable step by step
« on: March 31, 2009, 08:13 AM »
I wish there code be a software by which when i exute a program it ask me each and every step to allow or not. For example when i run a process it asks me when it wants to change registry, it ask when it is copying a file, it ask when it is genereating a file and all other steps.

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