This bare-bones program delivers on its promise, but you can just as easily use the Internet to find the same information. Free Medical Dictionary’s ad-supported interface displays medical definitions drawn from various Web sites. You can get the same information, word for word, by searching certain government-based medical sites–and you won’t have to look at Google ads. The program’s only other feature is a Web Search button. If Free Medical Dictionary could function without the Internet, we could be a bit more enthusiastic about it. However, since it requires a Web connection to function, it’s just as easy to cruise the Net. Still, since it is free, medical students and researchers who need a quick reference tool might find some benefit.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 1.1
Spell check suggesting search
Back and Forward navigation buttons
Social network sharing
Free Medical Dictionary is a searchable glossary of medical terms from almost all specialties and fields of medicine, including general medical, pharmaceuticals, health-care equipment, health conditions, medical devices, and medical abbreviations. Some features include a built-in spell checker, free updates, easy installation, and easy uninstallation. Also, Free Medical Dictionary does not cause any pop-ups or contain any spyware. It’s perfect for doctors, researchers, medical students, medical transcriptionists, nursing students, and anyone else with medical questions or a need for precise medical information.
How To Install?
1: Download the software from the given link.
2: Unpack and install the software.
3: Copy the crack directory crack file in the installation directory.
4: After that, open the program and click the button to enter the serial Key.
5: After that, open your keygen as administrator and select patch.
6: Then open the program and enter offline mode.
7: It's all done.