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 Jewish religion bans men from wearing women clothes and the opposite. I don't 
 always follow this regulation, but even I don't dress like a woman during work 
 hours. We should expect an OS to behave the same and not to disguise as
-something eles."
+something else."
 </p>
 
 <p>
 
 <li><p><b>Improvement to Windows fonts</b> - a new font labeled "Times and again Roman"
 is now available for installation. This font looks much like "Times New
-Roman" except for some important alteration. Among other adjustments, the
+Roman" except for some important alterations. Among other adjustments, the
 lowercase and capital 'O's were added a small beard and a hat, the lowercase
-l now resembles a Chinese letter, and the uppercase 'T' has a pole that is
+'l' now resembles a Chinese letter, and the uppercase 'T' has a pole that is
 roughly one-quarter the length of its hat.
 </p>
 
 Other fonts planned are "Arielle", a font that doesn't have any serifs but
 doesn't have many main-letter marks either, and BillScript, a connected font
 based on the hand-writing of Bill Gates himself. Beta testers of the latter
-reported that is was more readable than the English hand-writing of both Yassir
+reported that it was more readable than the English hand-writing of both Yassir
 Arafaat and Refa'el Eitan.
 </p>
 </li>
 
 
-<li><p><b>A Suitable User Interface</b> - WYSIWYT plans a corresponding
-new user-interface to be available to Windows 95 users. In the new user
-interface, the programs' menus will be placed on the windows' bottom or
-right side (user-configurable) and will present the items in as many columns
-as possible. The system menu icon and "close", "minimize" and
-"maximize"/"restore" buttons will be available in the middle of the window,
-where we feel they will be much more accessible. The icons in the toolbars
-will keep switching places and even move to other toolbars. We will also
-provide the "Icon War-lock", a state of the art utility which will implement the latest
-breakthroughs in computerized sight and artificial intelligence, and will help the
-users figure out what the symbol on each one of the icons stands for. (that is, if
-it can decipher them itself)</p>
+<li>
+<p><b>A Suitable User Interface</b> - WYSIWYT plans a corresponding new
+user-interface to be available to Windows 95 users. In the new user interface,
+the programs' menus will be placed on the windows' bottom or right side
+(user-configurable) and will present the items in as many columns as possible.
+The system menu icon and "close", "minimize" and "maximize"/"restore" buttons
+will be available in the middle of the window, where we feel they will be much
+more accessible. The icons in the toolbars will keep switching places and even
+move to other toolbars. We will also provide the "Icon War-lock", a state of
+the art utility which will implement the latest breakthroughs in computerized
+sight and artificial intelligence, and will help the users figure out what the
+symbol on each one of the icons stands for. (That is, if it can decipher them
+itself.)</p> 
 </li>
 
-<li><p><b>Better Windows 95 Internationalization</b> - WYSIWYT is working on versions
+<li><p><b>Better Windows 95 Internationalization</b> - WYSIWYT is working on
+versions
 of Windows 95 for languages such as Ancient Egyptian, Babylonian and
-Clingon. Users of the Hebrew version of Win95, who beta-tested the
+Klingon. Users of the Hebrew version of Win95, who beta-tested the
 Babylonian version reported that they found it much better, as far as the
 right-to-left handling was concerned. They expressed a wish to switch to the 
 Windows 95 with Babylonian support, once its stable version is released.
 </p>
 
 <p>
-Users of the Russian version seem to be attracted to our upcoming Clingon
+Users of the Russian version seem to be attracted to our upcoming Klingon
 Win95, while some Chinese users prefer the Egyptian version, because the
 fonts there are much smaller in file size.
 </p>
 </p>
 </li>
 
-<li><p><b>Accesibility Features</b> - it is one of our topmost goals to make
-MS-Windows 95 more accesible for people with various disabilities than it is
+<li><p><b>Accessibility Features</b> - it is one of our topmost goals to make
+MS-Windows 95 more accessible for people with various disabilities than it is
 today. At the moment, work is carried out on making Win95 usable by men and
 women of inadequate intelligence (I.Q. 250 and less) and by people who
-have an extremely low ammount of patience. Thus, people who wish to
-spend more time doing actual work than doing system maintainance, may
+have an extremely low amount of patience. Thus, people who wish to
+spend more time doing actual work than doing system maintenance, may
 eventually be able to use this OS. </p>
 </li>