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What is the best OCR software for Windows 10?
I use the OCR in Soda PDF it works well for me.
What is the best free OCR software for Windows 10?
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What is the most accurate OCR reading software available for Windows 10?
The best packages are Abby FineReader (Pro or Enterprise) and Nuance OmniPage. It's difficult to tell which one is more accurate they are both excellentbut Abbyy is cheaper and in my opinion has a better interface and workflow.
Does Windows 10 have OCR?
Optical Character Recognition ( OCR ) for Windows 1 . Optical Character Recognition ( OCR ) is part of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) which means that it can be used in all apps targeting Windows 1 . With OCR you can extract and layout information from images.
What technologies are out there to improve on pen and paper note taking?
I would agree that it counterproductive to try to take notes on aputer the same way that you do using paper and pencil Even trying to mimic pen and paper using digital tools tends to add unnecessaryplexity and overhead and doesn feel natural to a generation that grew up with paper. The vast majority of people that I see trying to do this tend to treat those digital artifacts the same way that they treat paper notes. So they end up with additional cost andplexity with no discernible benefits. However if you transition to a different way of capturing information like mind mapping it provides the structure and semantic connections that turn your notes into something that easier to organize manipulate and leverage in a digital environment. Traditional note taking doesn have any structure imposed except for that of the note taker. Mind mapping has an implicit structure but still has considerable flexibility to allow the individual to adapt it to their own personal style. For your own personal note taking I rmend The Brain. () It an amazing personal database that you can just keep building onto to use as a personal journal knowledgestore filing cabinet contacts list etc. However it not well suited to information sharing unless your whole team or organization has bought into it. However it insanely powerful as a tool for connecting all of the thousands of notes and pieces of information that we all get bombarded with every week. Formunicating and sharing with others I rmend MindJet MindManager (). It is relatively expensive but Ive tried pretty much every Mind Mapping package out there and this is the one that continually tests well with my users for ease-of-use features and capability. Even if you don see yourself ever buying a product I strongly rmend the trial as a way to get started with Mind Mapping. Youll get a feel for how it *can* be and when youre ready to choose a product youll know what is and isn important to you. Note I don have any personal connection or interests in the products mentioned Ive just seen a lot of people lose interest or be frustrated as a result of bad tools. It just better to experience Mind Mapping without the products getting in the way and these are very intuitive and well designed. There are some very capable free and low cost products but there aren really any that I rmend without caveats. So do the shop-around once you know what Mind Mapping can do and how you personally use it.
After building a brand new high-end Windows 10 gaming/work PC, what software do you install?
Hi here are some of my programs that I installed as soon as I got my newputer (I have included s to all of the relevant programs) Gaming related Steam s - where I download most of my games and where I used to keep in touch with my gaming friends before I got Discord (theme used here Metro for Steam ) Discord s - where I organise to play with my friends and where we speak to each other over voice chat while gaming HWINFO s - a little program for monitoring my system temperature. Since I have a laptop this is pretty useful and so I have put my CPU temperature and battery percentage on my taskbar GeForce Experience s - since I have an NVIDIA graphics card I use this program to keep my drivers up to date and to tweak the visuals of my games Work related Mozilla Firefox s - is my go to browser pretty good at handling tens of tabs and good performance especially since Firefox Quantum Office 216 s - paid but unfortunately it fairly standard for editing and creating documents PDF-XChange Editor s - a great PDF viewer most features are free including OCR! Visual Studio Code s - my IDE for Python and other web development includes syntax highlighting and has a huge selection of addons and themes GitHub Desktop s - great for keeping track of my coding and for collaborating with my friends Other useful programs Chocolatey s - amand line package manager for Windows (like apt-get on Linux) helpful for keeping my programs up to date in onemand TranslucentTB s - if you were wondering this is how I make my taskbar look as it does this program blurs the desktop wallpaper with my taskbar TileIconifier s - fairly unnecessary but I like to customise things and this allows me to create tiles for my start menu for programs that don have one VLC s - a versatile video player Notepad++ s - much better than the built in one KeePassXC s - a nicer version of KeePass (a password manager and generator) Everything - super fast system wide file search bined with Wox ) I hope you find this useful don hesitate to ask if you have any questions! And more importantly have fun with your new hardware!
Can I extract windows update files that are installed on my computer?
No you can't. Once the update is applied there is no way to separate it from live installation (running Windows instance). Microsoft updates are usually available to download over the web. Let's take a look at the latest Win1 update KB3124263 (Cumulative Update for Windows 1 Version 1511 January 12 216). The file () itself is 325 MB. Let's expand msu to some folder. expand -F* .KB3124263 code This produces 4 files - 1 wsus-related archive and 1 set of cab+xml+txt. If you browse inside that cab you'll see this Pay attention to the status bar! 7953 files 447 MBs total. Notice the sorting - the largest files are on top and the 1th largest file (named 49) is only MB big. At this point you can imagine what other files do look like - 8 thousands files of a couple-kilobytes files with non-human-understandable names. All this files contain the information for updating engine that was designed to run on every hardly-predictable hardware+softwarebination all over the world. Some files replace existing files some arepletely new. It's a state of the art thing from software engineers and users are blessed to not having to care about internals. On the system where that update is applied here's what can be found in CWindowsServicing directory Each mum is something like this This particular Package 874 is clearly a security update for .NET Platform. And there are 414 files related to what seemed to be one update! Some of them might refer to a Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-OCR-ru-ru package - if I had it installed on my machine when applying update and if that particular update had something to do with that package. On the other hand it's obvious that Windows 1 instances all over the world mostly do not have that OCR thing so no record is left on that machines. Cumulative update ismon for all of us but the way it changes things differs from OSE to OSE. So there is no way to get an update files after they were applied. It's like trying to get sugar back from a cup of coffee. BTW Windows Update never downloads full update file on your PC.