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Komputeko (Esperanto abbreviation of Computer Terminology Collection or "Prikomputila terminokolekto") is an internet project of the international association E@I. The project aims to list computer words in as many languages as possible, in order to stimulate the usage of correctly translated terms. Too often computer terms are not translated correctly, because translators don't have access to free professional online dictionaries. We want to offer the possibility to not only find the words, but we list as many resources as possible (with a link to it, if available) and also provide alternative translations.

At this time (November 2018), we have collected about 10 300 computer related terms, 10 148 of which have been translated into Esperanto, 5166 into Dutch, 3961 into French, 3600 into German, 3290 into Spanish and 1388 into Polish. (Spanish and Polish are only available when using a Spanish or Polish interface)

There is a Wikipedia article about the Komputeko project.


Download area
Unicode converter
Komputeko books
Sources (in Esperanto)
Keyboard for uncommon letters
Proofreading tool Lingvoilo

Esperanto keyboards
In the Esperanto alphabet there are six diacritical letters which cannot be typed with regular Windows keyboard layouts. Tajpi is a program that lets you type these letters with ease and without modifying your system keymap. Tajpi has been tested for Windows 7, 8 and 10. Find out more about Tajpi

I recommend SwiftKey for mobile devices. It is ideal for multilingual users.
SwiftKey for Android - Google Play. SwiftKey for iOS (Apple) - iTunes.

Database: 2018/11/08 | Website: 2018/11/08