I have a Mac at home and Windows at work - can I still use dotScribe?

I have a Mac at home and Windows at work - can I still use dotScribe?


Download the USB version and unzip on your mac. Copy the unzipped dotScribe folder to a USB drive then eject it.
Plug the USB into a Windows computer and double click the dotScribe.exe file within the dotScribe folder. Enter your account credentials when the Sign In screen appears and dotScribe will be ready to use as soon as the Sign In sync is completed. Start typing and suggestions will appear.

Be sure to exit dotScribe and eject the USB drive before moving to another computer.

We hope this article answered your question and helped you learn more about using dotScribe. Visit our help center for more helpful knowledge base articles and start saving time with dotScribe today.‚Äč

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