Grammarly vs Microsoft Editor: Which one is right for you?

Grammarly vs Microsoft Editor: Which one is the better grammar checker for you?

Grammarly is one of the most well-known grammar checkers. Still, Microsoft has recently made a push into this area by introducing Microsoft Editor in Word for web as well as a separate browser extension.

Many of the features for both Grammarly and Microsoft Editor require a premium membership, but which one is the better checker? I was frustrated not being able to see any specifics in how each respective service handles the same text for correcting. It’s Grammarly vs Microsoft Editor in my quick and dirty results comparing the two tools.

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Why Firefox is doomed to fail

The Firefox logo

I’m going to post my thoughts about Firefox, which is most certainly going to ruffle some feathers out there. Firefox has a limited amount of time left before it becomes irrelevant on the web. Once an Internet Explorer killer, it’s unfortunate to see the state that Mozilla’s browser finds itself in now. Here are some of the reasons why I think Firefox won’t last another decade.

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Simple OCR on Windows 10 freeware makes life easy

Doing OCR on Windows 10 has been a lifesaver for me. For those that don’t know, OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. This basically means if you have a picture or a screenshot of something that has words, you can try to convert that into real text that you can edit and copy. It’s similar to how traffic cameras can “read” the license plate numbers on cars. I’d like to share some excellent freeware that does OCR on Windows 7 and higher. 

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