Type Booster is an auto-completion tool to enhance typing experience. It speeds up and simplifies your typing experience, regardless of your actual typing skills. Type Booster is compatible with nearly all word-processing applications.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Description: Type Booster is an automatic word completion tool for anyone who wants to reduce their typing strain and use four times as fewer keystrokes as usual. As you’re typing the first letters of a word, Type Booster attempts to guess the possible word completions and pops up a list of them for the user to choose. As you type more letters, it’ll keep on narrowing its list of variants, so in case the first letters don’t give you the desired completion, a few more will certainly show the one you need. Type Booster also has the adaptive matching system that takes into account what word completions you selected, so that next time its suggestions are more precise. In addition to the auto-complete function, Type Booster offers a feature for filling in clichés instantly.
Basically business e-mail correspondence is all about typing standard phrases and expressions, which you often have to type over and over again. Fortunately, with Type Booster many routinely used phrases can be typed almost instantly using their abbreviated forms. For example, whenever you wish to type "Hello. Thank you for the email", you can simply type "temail" instead, and the program will automatically replace it with the whole phrase. You can create own phrases and assign shortcuts to them as well as access the phrase list via hotkey. This will help you save keystrokes and achieve great efficiency in answering emails.
Another way Type Booster can facilitate your typing is via the Clipboard Enhancer feature. Standard clipboard only keeps a single item at a time while with Type Booster any text you copy will be remembered, enabling you to manage multiple text pieces with your clipboard. To paste something, you’ll just need to press ALT + INS or other key combination you specify that will pop up the list of clipboard content for you to choose the required piece of text to paste.