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Bible Analyzer v5.2.1. Updated

smaragdus on 15 Mar 2017
  • 45MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 15 Mar 2017
  • Suggested by I am Baas

Bible Analyzer is a cross-platform study and analysis program with text comparison, proximity searches, detailed statistics, and more usually not found in other free or commercial software programs.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the installer
  2. Run the installer and during installation select Portable (All files under one folder) installation mode
  3. Launch BibleAnalyzer5.exe
Similar/alternative apps: BPBible Portable, theWord
What's new? See:
http://www.bibleanalyzer.com/updates.htm
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Napiophelios on 2015-04-11 00:07

this reminds me alot of "the word" but a lot lighter I think
and I really like the Hymns Audio folder..nice touch.

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theWord v5.0.0.1450

webfork on 22 Mar 2016
  • 153MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 12 Nov 2012
  • Suggested by teobromina

theWord (aka "In The Beginning Was The Word") is a Bible study tool. Among the many features: Multiple Bible translations; configurable and fast search engine; parallel Bible view; multiple Bible views/windows; unique Clipboard monitoring function; multiple ways to navigate; personal notes in several levels; verses' bookmarks.

The program handles several versions of Bibles in Original version, Latin, Arab, Bulgarian, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, modern Greek, Portuguese, Spanish, Romenian, Russian, Vietnamese, etc.

Note: The size of the application significantly depends on the installed Bible versions.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Wine
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Partial
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download and launch the installer
  2. When prompted, select "compact (single folder)" and check the "USB flash drive mode" box
  3. Launch theword.exe

Optionally, delete unnecessary language files and skins
Similar/alternative apps: BPBible, Bible Analyzer
What's new? theWord 5 is a major new release with more than 20 new features and more than 100 fixes:
http://www.theword.net/index.php?faqanswer.111&l=english
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T on 2009-09-24 21:05

Please visit www.theword.gr to get the newest version 3.0.7.901.

SammeyDW on 2010-01-27 20:19

You no longer have to use Universal Extractor.
The Regular installer now has a compact option.
http://www.theword.gr/index.php?article.portable&l=english
While installing it will ask you what type
of installation.
Pick compact.
Now the "portable" check-mark
should become avalible.
Click it.
Now just point it to your portable drive,
and you are good to go.

davidcoxmex on 2016-12-22 22:56

Hi, I am a long time user of theWord (esword before that), and I also use MySword for Android apps. I would just like to say that there is a USB form of installation, and that can be done into a folder on any Windows computer. I have probably 25-30 different installations of theWord like this. I do development of modules for theWord, so I have different setups like this. This is TRULY "portable"!

Secondly I would like to say that some of the other portable software that I have used before has a lot of "down sides" to it. Most notably is that as Windows goes through generation of generation of operating systems, Windows itself has no loyalty to its own requirements and past operating systems. I once had all my IRS accounting in files in a portable program called Lucid. With time, I finally went back to look up something to find that the portable version of the software no longer works under recent Windows. AAAAAAH! All my records locked away forever!

theWord is being actively updated for each modern version of the Windows operating system.

On another note, some 10 years ago I got a cheap Toshiba laptop (I think I paid $20 for it), and it had a 286 processor on it. Okay, so it was a waste of time. No ports to speak of except a "modern" USB (at its birth I guess that may be true). It had like 640K of Ram, and something like 500MB of hard disk space. (I probably got ripped off really for $20).

But my point here is that I decided to put theWord portable to the test. I got a 4GB USB, yes it would read and write to it. Then I installed theWord portable version on it, and then copied bunches of modules (files in the format theWord uses) onto it. The I cranked it up. To my surpise, theWord worked flawlessly under those primitive conditions. The only real problem was doing searches (which the RAM restriction was the problem, not theWord). But with time, theWord worked perfectly on it.

If you want to know how robust this program is, try it on an old junker PC, and you will be surprised!

Please visit www.theWordbooks.com to download premium modules. ("30%OFF" code for 30% off until Dec 26, 2016).
I also have a website www.twmodules.com for module downloads, as well as a theWord tutorial website at http://www.thewordtutorial.com/.

http://theword-modules.com/
http://www.module-repository.com/
http://www.theword-dictionary-modules.com/
http://www.theword-commentary-modules.com/

Para español, twmodulos.com para módulos, y http://www.thewordayuda.com/ para ayuda con aprender el programa.

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BPBible Portable v0.5.2

Midas on 6 Apr 2015
  • 24MB (uncompressed)
  • Suggested by gp_hbk

BPBible is a free, flexible Bible Study tool designed for ease of use. The program has many of the features you would expect including bible, commentary, and dictionary support, search, scripture tooltips, etc. BPBible uses a proximity-based search, rather than just a verse-based search. This means that a search can cross-verse boundaries, giving a more natural search. It also supports regular expressions and phrases.

BPBible can read many modules (the above program size is without any modules installed). The main module repository is the CrossWire SWORD Modules repository.

Category:
System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
License: GPL
How to extract: Download the self-extracting EXE to a folder of your choice. Launch BPBiblePortable.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: Bible Analyzer, theWord
What's new? Improvements:
  • The display of Strong's Number / morphology information for a book has been improved:
    - It is possible to have the information for a particular word only show on hover or on click rather than showing all the time.
    - It now highlights all the other places in the current window where the original language word currently being hovered over is used.
  • The presentation of text in the version comparison window has been improved.
  • It is now possible to turn off the orange reference bar at the top right of the Bible window (it will default to off). This was because it would shadow too much of the text.
  • The layout and typography of the Bible text has been improved.
Bug fixes:
  • Fixed a bug where the error message would never go away if an invalid reference was entered in the quick selector (e.g. John 50:1).
  • Fixed a bug that prevented daily devotionals from opening correctly in the Chinese locale.
  • Fixed a bug where in some cases footnotes and headings would never appear.
  • Fixed a bug which meant that scriptural tooltips would not work when in column mode.
  • Made handling of the OSIS tag in some Bibles and other books handle more cases.
  • Removed the tooltip from the search textbox to prevent it from obscuring search text.
  • Fixed a bug which meant that NT-only books would continue to show "Loading..." if Genesis 1:1 was displayed.
  • Made line breaks in Robinson work correctly.
  • Fixed a bug which meant that comments on verses with discontinuous ranges could
    cause an error.
  • Fixed a bug which meant that books in a Right to Left script were being shown Left to Right in the parallel table in the version comparison window.
  • Fixed a bug which caused crashes when changing fonts or display options after changing the current language.
  • Fixed a bug preventing the search index from being built with the latest version of the KJV.
  • Fixed a bug which meant that books containing text in a non-English language would not display anything in column view.
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Kunju on 2010-05-05 05:33

The best computer dictionary available. Really useful

Keng on 2010-08-14 02:25

It could not work on my Notebook which is closed to installation of software applications. It might still require some modification of registry. Error message - Close Program

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