USE YOUR COMPUTER IN WELSH
If you want to use your computer in Welsh, this is the place for you. The Welsh Language Board and Microsoft have prepared Language Interface Packs for Microsoft® Office 2003 and Microsoft® Windows® XP. They are now available from this website, and it's all free!
WELSH LANGUAGE RESOURCES
http://www.bwrdd-yr-iaith.org.uk/en/cynnwys.php?cID=8&pID=182 "The Welsh Language Board has provided a list of computer resources available in Welsh, or which facilitate the use of Welsh.
MICROSOFT PROOFING TOOLS
To coincide with the launch of the Windows XP computer operating system, Microsoft has made provision for the Welsh language. This is a free download which will enable you to spell-check Welsh texts in the latest version of Microsoft Office.
Bookmark this page, instead of the search engine's home page, to get all the features of Google with a neat Welsh-language interface. Google really is the best search engine on the web. As the button says: 'Dwi'n Teimlo'n Lwcus'.
Lots of free Welsh-language software to download: browsers, operating systems, office suites, etc.
Welsh browser project with Welsh-language versions of the Mozilla 1.0 and Netscape 6.2.1 browsers.
You can browse the web in Welsh with the free Opera browser. You can download the program from this page.
DYMA HWYL DOWNLOADS
The people who make the Dyna Hwyl CD-ROM have made some free audio and text downloads available on this site.
Tennessee-based David Houghton writes: "My cousin and I have written a collaborative Welsh-English dictionary -- the users can edit the contents and add entries. It has tools to generate word tables, parse words, and find entries that interest you... It's free and will remain free."We haven't tested the downloadable application.(July '03 - Version 1.0 of this free browser is now available for download).
A team of developers has taken advantage of the open source nature of Netscape/Mozilla's latest browser to offer a Welsh language version. You can download a free copy here.
A CD-based Welsh course that uses classical music as a way of teaching Welsh. No sample sessions on the site. You can buy the course here as long as you pay by cheque.
A site where you can buy the Dyna Hwyl! CD Rom. The most useful button to hit is the one marked 'support services'. This leads you to a bulletin board for learners, a list of links and downloadable notes forusers of the CD ROM.
Sells three CD ROM-based Welsh courses for children, beginners and intermediate learners.
Sells a CD ROM-based Welsh courses that can track a whole family's learning.