FreeOCR is a powerful OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program for Windows that will automatically extract words from a document and help them into a text file. These files are usually used for cataloging, and editing. The free OCR software has several advantages over the traditional OCR programs such as Mac Osirus and its competitors, most notably in the areas of compatibility and speed.
Mac Osirus has some great features, but has been primarily designed for the scanning industry. While it can scan plain text documents, it does so very slowly. The main downside with this program is that it cannot recognize DLLs, which are embedded codes found inside the documents they are intended to be scanned. This means that any document with a.dll file extension will not return good results when FreeOCR has been run on it. So if you're looking to use FreeOCR to scan your documents and make them into a Word document or other similar application, then you're going to be disappointed with what it can do, and there's simply no other way to get good results from this software.
However, one feature of FreeOCR which is often overlooked is that it has both the ability to read and edit images and documents and PDFs. This means that anyone who needs to work on developing a digital image file with a pen and paper will find that FreeOCR will be a valuable asset to their professional development efforts. It is also able to edit scanned text files, so if you need to change the title of a document or change the subject line, FreeOCR has the ability to do so with ease. One of the final benefits of FreeOCR as an OCR program for Windows is that it is entirely editable by users. This means that if you ever need to redo a part of the image file or other such thing, then you will be able to with ease, simply edit the code of the FreeOCR program to suit your needs.