SSuite Penumbra Editor 14.4.1
Software Product Description
You also don´t have any unnecessary functions and features hogging all your precious computer resources or overwhelming the screen like other bloated word processors. It has no need for Java or DotNet as well to work successfully. This makes it run extremely fast, is soft and gentle on the eyes (pleasantly colourful interface), and very easy to use without slowing your computer down to a crawl.
SSuite Penumbra Editor has also been designed to fit your screen more efficiently to create the correct proportions for your eyes. There is no more squinting or moving closer to the monitor to see what button or heading you are currently viewing on higher resolution monitors. Runs best on wide screens and laptop displays.
Features Found in SSuite Penumbra Editor:
- Find and track your parcels and mail online.
- Insert tables, word art, expressions and equations.
- Insert images, objects, and photos from digital sources.
- Online dictionary to check the correct meaning of words.
- A live word and character count displayed in the status bar.
- Online language translations for international document distribution.
- A live thumbnail preview panel for print, PDF, and image document creation.
- Drag and drop content directly from other applications or even your web browser.
- Access your documents directly from your online cloud storage account inside Penumbra.
Minimum System Requirements:
- 1366 x 768 Wide Display
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 10 - 32Bit and 64Bit
No Java or DotNet required, Green Energy Software, Saving the planet one bit at a time...
What's new in version 14.4:
- Updated and enhanced the interfaces including overall general maintenance.
"Ok for free if you like really bad skins"
Review Date: 2015-02-27
Pros: It's free, it has an image editor too
Cons: It crashed Explorer on installation - YMMV The undefeatable, grey skin is nauseating and the icons are amateurish
Other Thoughts: Why oh why do developers think their choice of skin is better than using Microsoft's default? Is it a copyright issue on DLLs? And where do they find these icons? If you're going to produce a full-featured editor, what is the sense in forcing users to get acquainted with a completely new set of (ugly) icons?