Ever click a misspelled word and added it to your personal dictionary instead of correcting the misspelling? If you’re using Windows 10 with Chrome browser you may find the path to the Custom dictionary in the following location:
In Windows, try adding “default” to that path that Custom Dictionary.txt used to be (or maybe where an old version of the file still resides), i.e:
C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Custom Dictionary.txt“
Ever try to read an article or blog post online and have trouble seeing through the ads an moving images? Maybe the color scheme is annoying or text size is too small to read comfortably, but the article looks like it might be worth reading? Well, now you can make reading online easier.
I’m a big fan of Evernote and was excited to find a replacement for Readability, Evernote Clearly. After you install your Chrome (or Firefox) extension, you just click on the Clearly icon and the page you’re looking at transforms into something much easier to read. A quick click and your back to the original. You can even save them to your Evernote account and access them later or from other devices.
As it turns out Readability has made some changes since I switched to Evernote Clearly. It also has extensions for Chrome and Firefox, and it’s now being offered for free. Maybe the rendering speed has even increased. Readability also offers something Clearly doesn’t, export to your Kindle to read there…and it free to use.
Looks like there are two choices now.