Monday, October 19, 2009

New version of XBench released

ApSic has just released a new version of XBench, their wonderful freeware terminology and translation QA tool. Among other improvements, now XBench permits to run regular expression searches, and has expanded the list of supported formats.

You can find a detailed description of the improved features in this post, from
Translator’s Shack, and you can download Xbench directly from the ApSic website.

(Hat tip to Roberto Savelli).


  1. Why have I not heard of this software before? The feature list seems quite impressive for freeware! Yes, I too am penny-pinching these days...

    (Hat tip to you, good sir - I am downloading it right now)

  2. I fully agree XBench is an impressive program. I've written to ApSic to let them know that, whenver they decide to charge for it, I'm ready to buy.


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