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Download the freeware version MonDico Reader!
Download MonDico Reader, the freeware version of MonDico for consulting any dictionary made with our software. This package contains 3 free dictionaries : a list of French words with their translation in English, Mr Honey's Beginner Dictionary (English-German) and a short biographical dictionary of English literature by John. W. Cousin
If you want to create your own dictionay or edit dictionaries you download, you can order the full version.
February 1st 2014 New version 2.0.5 for Windows available

December 28 2013 New version 2.0.5 for Mac OS available

if you already have MonDico Reader installed, check the latest version available for your OS and update it.

Windows 8/Seven/Vista/XP (32 bits)
(also runs on Windows 64-bits)
Version 2.0.5

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How to install:
Double click on the file setup_mondico_reader_win32.exe to start installation and follow instructions on screen.
Be careful on Windows 8, you have to disable Smartscreen otherwise it can block the setup process.
Click here to know how to disable the SmartScreen filter.
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Linux (x86)
Version 2.0.4

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Installation :
Copy and unpack the archive mondico_reader_2_0_4_x86.tar.gz at the root of your $HOME directory tree, so that all files be automatically installed in $HOME/mondicoreader.
From a terminal, just type:
cd $HOME [Enter]
tar -xzf mondico_reader_2_0_4_x86.tar.gz [Enter]
Advanced users can also install MonDico Reader as root in /opt or /usr/bin.
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Mac OS X 10.4 and later (Intel x86)
Version 2.0.5

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Installation:
Once downloaded, click twice on the image MondicoReader_en.dmg to mount it, then click twice on the package mondicoreader_2_0_5_en.pkg to start the install process. Once this program is installed, start the program MonDico Reader.app from the Applications menu and click on the button Open a dictionary.
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