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For over 30 years, File Maker Pro has offered an effective database software application that let users create and manage databases. This new release offers a myriad of new features, updates and interesting new core tools. New tools, new scripting opportunities, new UI features and powerful server features are but a few improvements of the FileMaker Pro 14.
Nuance has release PaperPort 14 as a popular and awaited resource for document imaging and digital file tracking. Unlike other usual document managements software, this particular program works well with Windows Folders, so the users don’t have to transfer files into the software. This will save the users a considerable amount of time when adding folders full of documents. Because of its excellent users’ interface and great tools PaperPort Pro earns once again Top Ten Reviews Bronze Award.
After the mixed performance of Windows 7, Microsoft Windows 8 arrives with high hopes and expectations from the users. They will not be disappointed! Windows 8’s touch interface has been improved for tablets and smartphones, but the more “traditional” desktop remains versatile and more accessible to old-fashioned mouse users. It offers a variety of new features, like Windows Store, free streaming music from Xbox Music and much more!
A few years after Windows Millenium, Windows XP has arrived. This long awaited upgrade ends the distinction between the corporate (and more stable) NT/200 Windows and the user-oriented Windows 95/98/Millennium. Windows XP offers similar variation of the same OS for both home and business in two distincts upgrades : Windows XP home and Windows XP professionals.
Microsoft Windows 7 was long awaited by the users, and they will not be disappointed. First of all, this new version is almost flawless : this final upgrade appears to be the worthy successor to Windows XP that Vista never was. Luckily, Microsoft offers six versions of Windows 7 Starter, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, OEM, and Enterprise, that will clearly respond to all the users needs for improved speed, better searching and a brand new and revamped media center.
Arrived in July 2015, Microsoft Windows 10 took everyone by surprise by being free for all Windows 7 and 8 users, except for the Pro version. This new version delivers a refined and greatly improved vision for the future of computing with an efficient operating system that’s equally at home on tablets, smartphones and traditional PCs. It appears to be a “just right” compromise between the familiar dependability of Windows 7 and the forward-looking touchscreen vision of Windows 8.
With new Microsoft Project 2013, you will have a useful and efficient tool for planning, collaboration and communication for project managers and teams members. With this new and improved version, administrators and decision makers can avail themselves on Project Online, a brand new feature in the cloud that presents an alternative to any self-installed infrastructure. It will also make cross-company collaboration easier.