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Jerrick Leger is a Comp TIA-certified IT Specialist with more than 10 years' experience in technical support and IT fields. He is also a systems administrator for an IT firm in Texas serving small businesses. These free word processors can be a great alternative to Microsoft Word. Many have very similar characteristics to Word and since they're free, you'll be saving hundreds of dollars by using one of them. All of the free word processors below can create, edit, and print documents. Many of them can open and edit Word documents, automatically check your spelling, use a wide selection of free MS Word templates, create tables and columns, and much more. Our top picks for a free word processor are the first ones in the list. These have the most features and we suggest checking them out first to see if they'll fit your word processing needs. You should find that most of them can handle just about everything Microsoft Word can. All of these word processor programs are 100 percent freeware, which means that you won't ever have to purchase the program, uninstall it after so-many days, donate a small fee, purchase add-ons for basic functionality, etc. The word processor tools below are free to download at no cost. WPS Office (previously called Kingsoft Office) is a suite that includes a word processor, called Writer, that's easy to use because of its tabbed interface, clean design, and uncluttered menu. Spell check is performed automatically as you would expect to be done in a good word processor. You can easily toggle spell check on and off from the menu at the bottom. Writer supports full-screen mode, dual page layout, and the option to hide the menus, which makes for a perfect distraction-free writing experience. There's even a viewing mode to protect against eye damage, turning the background of the page into a greenish color. You can also add custom dictionaries, read/write to popular file types, create a cover page and table of contents, use built-in templates, encrypt documents, and easily view all the pages of a document from a side pane. Writer is part of the WPS Office software, so you have to download the whole suite to get the Writer portion. It runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, and mobile devices (i OS and Android). Soft Maker Free Office is a suite of office programs, and one of the included tools is a free word processor called Text Maker. Immediately after opening this word processor for the first time, you're given the option to choose a classic menu style or use a ribbon menu you might already be familiar with. The choice is yours, and there's even a touch mode option you can turn on. Menu options are organized logically, and beyond the normal word processor features are ones for e Book-making, like PDF and EPUB exporting, chapter creation, and footnotes. This free word processor can also preview documents before opening them, track changes, insert comments, add objects such as Excel charts and Power Point slides, and use shapes, among many other things. Text Maker can open a huge variety of document file types, including ones from Microsoft Word, Open Document files types, plain text, WRI, WPD, SXW, PWD, and others. When you're ready to save, this word processor exports to popular formats like DOCX, DOTX, HTML, and TXT, as well as file formats specific to this program (e.g., TMDX and TMD). Text Maker has to be downloaded as part of Free Office, but during installation, you can choose to install the whole suite or just the free word processor program. It runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, or Windows Server 2008. Mac 10.10 and higher is supported, too, as well as Linux and Android. Open Office Writer has all the necessary features to make it on any list of good word processors. Plus, there's a portable option so you can use the program on the go with a flash drive. Automatic spell check is included, as well as support for a huge variety of popular file types, the ability to add notes to the side of any document, and easy-to-use wizards for creating letters, faxes, and agendas. A side menu pane lets you quickly switch between editing page properties, styles, and formatting to adding images from the gallery. You can even undock these settings so that you can have more room for writing but still have simple access to important tools. Similar to WPS Office that tops this list, you must download the whole Open Office suite to your computer even if you're just installing Writer. With the portable option, you have to actually extract the entire office suite even if you just want to use the Writer tool. Word Graph includes most of the standard features you'd find in any word processor, but it also has some unique tools. In addition to adding things like graphics, charts, tables, and illustrations to a document, Word Graph can also produce PDFs, create a table of contents and index, and access files stored on online storage services like One Drive and Dropbox. While a spell check utility is included, it doesn't work in live mode, which means you must manually run it to check for spelling mistakes. Unlike some of these other word processors, you can download Word Graph on its own without having to also download the SSuite Office software that it belongs to. Word Graph works on Windows computers but can be used on a Mac or Linux machine with extra software. Able Word opens documents quickly, has a really simple design, and supports editing and saving to popular file types. There isn't much that makes Able Word stand out among similar software except that it's not bogged down with unnecessary buttons or confusing features and settings, and you can use it to import PDF text into the document. Spell check is built in but you have to run it manually because it doesn't find errors automatically. This program hasn't been updated since 2015, so it probably won't be updated again any time soon, or ever, but it's still fully usable today as a free word processor. You can use Able Word if you have Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP. Abi Word is a free word processor with automatic spell check and common formatting options. The menus and settings are organized well and aren't cluttered or confusing to use. You can share documents with others and have the changes reflected automatically, making live, real-time collaboration possible. Common file types work with Abi Word, like ODT, DOCM, DOCX, and RTF. During setup, you can enable or disable all sorts of extra features, like an equation editor, grammar checker, web dictionary, Google Search and Wikipedia integrator, translators, and file format support for Doc Book, OPML, Claris Works, and others. One downside to this program is that the print preview feature isn't like most programs in that you have to open the preview as an image in a photo viewer, which isn't supplied with Abi Word. Abi Word works on Windows, but only through the download link below because it's no longer available for Windows users from their official website. Jarte is another free word processor that has a tabbed interface to keep all open documents easily accessible on one screen. Common file types are supported, you can set Jarte to automatically save a document from every minute to every 20 minutes, and you can install several spell check dictionaries during setup. Jarte can be configured to automatically open the last file you were using upon launching the program, which is a nice option that most of the other software from this list doesn't allow. Unfortunately, the spell check feature isn't automatic, and the program itself is sometimes confusing to grasp. You can download Jarte for Windows 10 down through Windows XP. Write Monkey is a portable word processor that's centered around providing an interface with the least number of distractions as possible so that you can focus on writing and nothing else. Every menu option in Write Monkey is only shown if you right-click the document. From there, you can do everything from open a new document or project to toggle focus mode, copy all the text, open dev tools, and more. Write Monkey is a free word processor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Another free word processor, this one advertised for creative writers, is Rough Draft. It works with RTF, TXT, and DOC (from Word 2010–97) files, provides automatic spell check, allows shortcut keys for nearly every command, and lets you switch between various writing modes—Normal, Screenplay, Stage/Radio Play, and Prose. It's simple to open and edit files from your computer because of the file browser that's open on the side of the program window. New documents appear in their own tab so that you can keep up to 100 files open in Rough Draft at the same time. One of the downsides to this word processor is that the last version came out in 2005 and the developer is no longer working on it, so it won't get new features in the future. Also, while the DOC file format is supported, the file has to have been created in Word 2010 or older. Focus Writer is similar to Write Monkey in that it's portable and has a minimal interface. The program automatically hides the menus and any buttons from being viewed, and you can run it in full-screen mode so that you don't see any other program windows. Basic formatting is allowed in Focus Writer, like bold, strikethrough, and aligning text. You can also edit the foreground and background text, page margins, color, and line spacing to produce custom themes. You can open and save documents to popular formats like DOCX, ODT, RTF, and TXT. However, documents with rich text formatting might import into Focus Writer in plain text and become completely unusable. Focus Writer includes an alarm and lets you set goals regarding your typing, like to type a particular number of words or to type for a certain number of minutes per day. Another advantage this program has over some of the other free word processors in this list is that it gets updated far more often, so you can be sure that new features and/or security updates are released as frequently as they need to be. Judoom has a similar look and feel to Microsoft Word, and you can even use some of the same file types, like DOC and DOCX. It's easy to keep track of projects because you can add up to two at a time and easily browse through local files and folders from a side menu. Any new documents that are opened are kept in their own tabs to keep everything closely together but organized at the same time. Jerrick Leger is a Comp TIA-certified IT Specialist with more than 10 years' experience in technical support and IT fields. He is also a systems administrator for an IT firm in Texas serving small businesses. These free word processors can be a great alternative to Microsoft Word. Many have very similar characteristics to Word and since they're free, you'll be saving hundreds of dollars by using one of them. All of the free word processors below can create, edit, and print documents. Many of them can open and edit Word documents, automatically check your spelling, use a wide selection of free MS Word templates, create tables and columns, and much more. Our top picks for a free word processor are the first ones in the list. These have the most features and we suggest checking them out first to see if they'll fit your word processing needs. You should find that most of them can handle just about everything Microsoft Word can. All of these word processor programs are 100 percent freeware, which means that you won't ever have to purchase the program, uninstall it after so-many days, donate a small fee, purchase add-ons for basic functionality, etc. The word processor tools below are free to download at no cost. WPS Office (previously called Kingsoft Office) is a suite that includes a word processor, called Writer, that's easy to use because of its tabbed interface, clean design, and uncluttered menu. Spell check is performed automatically as you would expect to be done in a good word processor. You can easily toggle spell check on and off from the menu at the bottom. Writer supports full-screen mode, dual page layout, and the option to hide the menus, which makes for a perfect distraction-free writing experience. There's even a viewing mode to protect against eye damage, turning the background of the page into a greenish color. You can also add custom dictionaries, read/write to popular file types, create a cover page and table of contents, use built-in templates, encrypt documents, and easily view all the pages of a document from a side pane. Writer is part of the WPS Office software, so you have to download the whole suite to get the Writer portion. It runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, and mobile devices (i OS and Android). Soft Maker Free Office is a suite of office programs, and one of the included tools is a free word processor called Text Maker. Immediately after opening this word processor for the first time, you're given the option to choose a classic menu style or use a ribbon menu you might already be familiar with. The choice is yours, and there's even a touch mode option you can turn on. Menu options are organized logically, and beyond the normal word processor features are ones for e Book-making, like PDF and EPUB exporting, chapter creation, and footnotes. This free word processor can also preview documents before opening them, track changes, insert comments, add objects such as Excel charts and Power Point slides, and use shapes, among many other things. Text Maker can open a huge variety of document file types, including ones from Microsoft Word, Open Document files types, plain text, WRI, WPD, SXW, PWD, and others. When you're ready to save, this word processor exports to popular formats like DOCX, DOTX, HTML, and TXT, as well as file formats specific to this program (e.g., TMDX and TMD). Text Maker has to be downloaded as part of Free Office, but during installation, you can choose to install the whole suite or just the free word processor program. It runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, or Windows Server 2008. Mac 10.10 and higher is supported, too, as well as Linux and Android. Open Office Writer has all the necessary features to make it on any list of good word processors. Plus, there's a portable option so you can use the program on the go with a flash drive. Automatic spell check is included, as well as support for a huge variety of popular file types, the ability to add notes to the side of any document, and easy-to-use wizards for creating letters, faxes, and agendas. A side menu pane lets you quickly switch between editing page properties, styles, and formatting to adding images from the gallery. You can even undock these settings so that you can have more room for writing but still have simple access to important tools. Similar to WPS Office that tops this list, you must download the whole Open Office suite to your computer even if you're just installing Writer. With the portable option, you have to actually extract the entire office suite even if you just want to use the Writer tool. Word Graph includes most of the standard features you'd find in any word processor, but it also has some unique tools. In addition to adding things like graphics, charts, tables, and illustrations to a document, Word Graph can also produce PDFs, create a table of contents and index, and access files stored on online storage services like One Drive and Dropbox. While a spell check utility is included, it doesn't work in live mode, which means you must manually run it to check for spelling mistakes. Unlike some of these other word processors, you can download Word Graph on its own without having to also download the SSuite Office software that it belongs to. Word Graph works on Windows computers but can be used on a Mac or Linux machine with extra software. Able Word opens documents quickly, has a really simple design, and supports editing and saving to popular file types. There isn't much that makes Able Word stand out among similar software except that it's not bogged down with unnecessary buttons or confusing features and settings, and you can use it to import PDF text into the document. Spell check is built in but you have to run it manually because it doesn't find errors automatically. This program hasn't been updated since 2015, so it probably won't be updated again any time soon, or ever, but it's still fully usable today as a free word processor. You can use Able Word if you have Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP. Abi Word is a free word processor with automatic spell check and common formatting options. The menus and settings are organized well and aren't cluttered or confusing to use. You can share documents with others and have the changes reflected automatically, making live, real-time collaboration possible. Common file types work with Abi Word, like ODT, DOCM, DOCX, and RTF. During setup, you can enable or disable all sorts of extra features, like an equation editor, grammar checker, web dictionary, Google Search and Wikipedia integrator, translators, and file format support for Doc Book, OPML, Claris Works, and others. One downside to this program is that the print preview feature isn't like most programs in that you have to open the preview as an image in a photo viewer, which isn't supplied with Abi Word. Abi Word works on Windows, but only through the download link below because it's no longer available for Windows users from their official website. Jarte is another free word processor that has a tabbed interface to keep all open documents easily accessible on one screen. Common file types are supported, you can set Jarte to automatically save a document from every minute to every 20 minutes, and you can install several spell check dictionaries during setup. Jarte can be configured to automatically open the last file you were using upon launching the program, which is a nice option that most of the other software from this list doesn't allow. Unfortunately, the spell check feature isn't automatic, and the program itself is sometimes confusing to grasp. You can download Jarte for Windows 10 down through Windows XP. Write Monkey is a portable word processor that's centered around providing an interface with the least number of distractions as possible so that you can focus on writing and nothing else. Every menu option in Write Monkey is only shown if you right-click the document. From there, you can do everything from open a new document or project to toggle focus mode, copy all the text, open dev tools, and more. Write Monkey is a free word processor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Another free word processor, this one advertised for creative writers, is Rough Draft. It works with RTF, TXT, and DOC (from Word 2010–97) files, provides automatic spell check, allows shortcut keys for nearly every command, and lets you switch between various writing modes—Normal, Screenplay, Stage/Radio Play, and Prose. It's simple to open and edit files from your computer because of the file browser that's open on the side of the program window. New documents appear in their own tab so that you can keep up to 100 files open in Rough Draft at the same time. One of the downsides to this word processor is that the last version came out in 2005 and the developer is no longer working on it, so it won't get new features in the future. Also, while the DOC file format is supported, the file has to have been created in Word 2010 or older. Focus Writer is similar to Write Monkey in that it's portable and has a minimal interface. The program automatically hides the menus and any buttons from being viewed, and you can run it in full-screen mode so that you don't see any other program windows. Basic formatting is allowed in Focus Writer, like bold, strikethrough, and aligning text. You can also edit the foreground and background text, page margins, color, and line spacing to produce custom themes. You can open and save documents to popular formats like DOCX, ODT, RTF, and TXT. However, documents with rich text formatting might import into Focus Writer in plain text and become completely unusable. Focus Writer includes an alarm and lets you set goals regarding your typing, like to type a particular number of words or to type for a certain number of minutes per day. Another advantage this program has over some of the other free word processors in this list is that it gets updated far more often, so you can be sure that new features and/or security updates are released as frequently as they need to be. Judoom has a similar look and feel to Microsoft Word, and you can even use some of the same file types, like DOC and DOCX. It's easy to keep track of projects because you can add up to two at a time and easily browse through local files and folders from a side menu. Any new documents that are opened are kept in their own tabs to keep everything closely together but organized at the same time.

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