Get Mac OS X like universal dictionary on Windows

9 Responses

  1. Sabhu says:

    I really like it, thanks Mayur and Pratyush for sharing this.

  2. Hey… Thanxs buddy for such a wonderful post !!!
    Never ever thought that such a software exists.
    Now the fun reading E-Books would just multiply.
    Gr8 post. Thanx…

  3. lonelytomato says:

    Thanks to you, I installed a lot of useful programs today.
    I have to say…. YOUR BLOG IS REALLY COOOOL!!!!

    Thanks 🙂

  4. Kartik says:

    Hi pratyush,

    really nice link… thanks… 😀

  5. Phox says:

    Great post, I was looking for just this 🙂
    Too bad this cannot preserve the same good looks the apple dictionary has.. This one is very… windows like looking ^^’ I guess one of the major differences bewteen mac and windows users, windows users only need practicality not good looking stuff (generalisation, I know)

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