If you are looking for ApSIC Xbench, you have come to the right place. We explain what ApSIC Xbench is and point you to the official download.
What is ApSIC Xbench?
ApSIC Xbench is a terminology and quality assurance program. One of its key purposes is to render terminology resources easier to find and access for users, and it does that through a simple solution: bilingual references loaded into the program can be brought up from any Windows program if the user presses the key combination Ctrl+Alt+Insert. Users are also given wide-ranging support for terminology source formats, including Deja vu, TMX, IBM Translation Manager and XLIFF. It also has instant spell-checking for convenience.
Another of the program’s most useful features relates to its quality checking system. There are already prebuilt quality checks in the program that users can try, capable of performing quality evaluation based on predefined parameters. But the user also has the ability to create original quality check lists for his own use and with his own selected parameters.
The program comes with free email support and is offered on a time-based license. This means that if a user purchases it, he is technically purchasing the right to use it for a specific period of time. Users can buy and pay for years in advance.
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File types supported by ApSIC Xbench
Our users primarily use ApSIC Xbench to open these file types:
About file types supported by ApSIC Xbench
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Last updated: : December 5, 2014