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Giveaway of the day — WonderFox Documents Manager

WonderFox Document Manager is an all in one documents management program.
$69.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 232 (27%) 637 (73%) 60 comments

WonderFox Documents Manager was available as a giveaway on August 16, 2012!

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A light and powerful software that can change your voice in real time.

WonderFox Document Manager is an all in one documents management program. It can help you manage and classify your document files easily and efficiently. One-click to load all of your target office documents and list them in the corresponding combo box and then you can copy, backup, move or delete them as you wish.

Apart from the document management function, it can also help you encrypt your office documents easily to prevent accidental deletion, modification or protect your privacy. You can lock and unlock your documents, hide and unhide your document files, encrypt and decrypt your document files according to your needs.

WonderFox Document Manager also allows to backup your document files like Word, Excel, PPT, PDF by one click to avoid losing your document files, modification or damage. You can retrieve your lost files anytime.

System Requirements:

Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista (x32/x64), 7 (x32/x64); 1GHz or higher Intel or AMD processor; 256 MB RAM; DirectX compatible graphic card or higher

Publisher:

WonderFox Soft Inc

Homepage:

http://documents-manager.com/

File Size:

11 MB

Price:

$69.95

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#60

to #50 BearPup. Total Commander is a jewel. A complete file manager. Not free. Trying version : www.ghisler.com You can Ctrl+Z on any file or folder and tape in any description in free text. All desciptions are stored in a single descript.ion text file, 1 per folder. You can search freely within that file to find back an information associated with a file. Godious. Impossible to work without this, with file and folders, after using it only once !!!

Reply   |   Comment by Roland  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#59

In reaction to #54 Clancolin

Re we have done the developer a lot more good than you have
I think we are not to here to help the developers. GOTD is a promotional platform and the comments are here for us ... to comment on the software! A developer who publish software exposes him/herself to criticism which may be mean or gentle. For the developer the development of the software is of prime importance and the spelling mistakes on the web site are secondary. Now if the software is not mind boggling, has obvious lacks, and so on, people need some good reasons to consider installing it or using it. Of course when they go the site and find multiple, severe spelling mistakes, they are put off.
It is something a developer must understand if s-he wants to be successful. In other words, a developer had better pay attention to criticism whatever the tone of it.
From our side, it became all the more sensible now that the new GOTD wrapper is here to remind us that a useful software, when it must be reinstalled, must be paid. Such a software should be good enough !

Lastly I strongly disagree when a commentator suggests banning another for a pure matter of opinion. Giovanni's comments are not offensive. Yes there are commentators who moan. Giovanni is not the first to note that in a comment and the general tone of this comment (and his other comments) is always humorous (humourous ?) like a gentle scrub on the back. And it is common practice here to suggest (legal !) ways to get a free software equivalent or identical to a GOTD for those who missed it.

We never need such small-minded censorship.

Reply   |   Comment by eb235  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#58

#55 Clancolin : Not being myself an English native speaker, I'd like to thank you a lot for this instructive and fascinating post.
I learnt a lot as I ignored that well-known webster was, sort of, an activist.
Thanks a lot !

Reply   |   Comment by Franck  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#57

I just found several grammatical mistakes on Microsoft's site in Spanish...I had never thought about this as a criterion for judging a company's success and products before, but maybe I should follow your advice and not trust Microsoft products!! :-S

I mean, you're quite right....can Microsoft really be such a successful company as they say they are and yet have such translations on their Website? :-S Can we really believe that they have so many users worldwide, given their translations??? :-O (I'm really concerned about having Office installed on my computer now)

Reply   |   Comment by Alexandra  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#56

What is the point of this app? Provides no discernable useful functionality at all.

Grouping files by type (extension) is totally pointless. I could do that with Xtree gold in 1985

Some sort of subject, topic or keyword mangement would be far more useful.

Thanks for wasting my time.

Reply   |   Comment by JohnB  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#55

# 48 Barry

Focus should be to the SOFTWARE performance rather than English & American word typos.

Now, tell me which one is correct “COLOR” or “COLOUR”?


That's easy - colour. :-)

One Noah Webster, a man who was "...repeatedly denounced by the Jeffersonian Republicans as "a pusillanimous, half-begotten, self-dubbed patriot," "an incurable lunatic," and "a deceitful newsmonger ... Pedagogue and Quack."" was responsible for many of the changes that separate American English from British English.

It was a determined and deliberate act on his part:

"Slowly, edition by edition, Webster changed the spelling of words, making them "Americanized." He chose s over c in words like defense, he changed the re to er in words like center, and he dropped one of the Ls in traveler. At first he kept the u in words like colour or favour but dropped it in later editions. He also changed "tongue" to "tung"—an innovation that never caught on."

Also, interestingly "H. L. Mencken notes that "honor appears in the United States Declaration of Independence, but it seems to have got there rather by accident than by design. In Jefferson's original draft it is spelled honour."

None of this is relevant. If a piece of software boasts a search engine and labels it a "serch engin", I reserve to right to say I don't really believe that the software will perform searches well.

I'm not the "Spelling Police". If the guy/gal wants to write his site in Greek or Mandarin, that's up to him/her - but he/she shouldn't do it badly. Personally, I'd like to hear from the only person who matters, the owner/developer/website guru - are you really ok with all those spelling and grammar errors on your website?

Reply   |   Comment by Clancolin  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#54

#33 Giovanni

"How about quote some better FREEWARE ALTERNATIVES?? What’s the point of saying “there are better FREEWARE out there….” and then never mention any of them?

And to other moaners: how about focus your attention to the SOFTWARE performance rather than worrying about the English word errors made by the developer on his website (who cares??)?"


Point 1.
I took a little time before starting work to try the GOTD offering, found it didn't suit me and made a suggestion to the developer. You may have plenty of time to burn, but some of us have lives. By the way, every freeware program that you listed - and more - can be found here http://lmgtfy.com/

Point 2.
Spelling is important - especially in programming. Try writing "h m t l" instead of "h t m l" and see how often you get this: "404 Not Found".

Point 3.
If I tell you I am a professional Mathematics Teacher, with thousands of customers worldwide and I write this " I am a professional Mathematics Teacher, with 010,000s of customers worldwide", wouldn't you be a little concerned at my numerical ability?

Point 4.
I have been on GOTD before, urging others to go easy on single spelling mistakes. We are not all native English speakers and we can all make spelling mistakes - see my original post for example!

But here is a company, claiming to be successful professionals, who are either too lazy or too cheap to fix multiple spelling and grammar errors. You ask "(who cares??)?", if you took the time to read the comments, you would see that there are many GOTD users that care.

You label us "moaners", but we have told the developer(s) that they are unlikely to make many sales with their website in the shape it is. Personally I think we have done the developer a lot more good than you have. We tried to help, all you did was post multiple freeware alternatives that will probably have damaged any trade the developer might have had.

Not only that, you also posted a link to a rival site to GOTD that is offering the same program as GOTD! If I were a GOTD moderator, I'd probably ban you from this site.

Ciao.

Reply   |   Comment by Clancolin  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#53

@33 Giovanni:
I grabbed a FREE KEY LICENSE of this nice SW here yesterday (the key should allow you to upgrade the program to future versions, unlike this GAOTD ...


In an attempt to detect eventually differences I did an install of both versions.

1. The HD consumption were (almost) identical:

GAOTD: 5291553 bytes
DM-offer: 5291703 bytes

2. The installation keys were identical
- Giovanni: the key should allow you to upgrade the program to future versions

But I don't think an upgrade will be actual for me because the Document Manager seems mainly to be based on MS Office file types and therefore doesn't detect a lot of my files created by Kingsoft and Softmaker Office systems
- and I'm certainly not going to use MS Office just because of that :-)


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Reply   |   Comment by Ben  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#52

I use Nemo documents for this purpose
Nitin. Comment by nitin — August 16th, 2012 at 4:05 am
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You got negative marks, but thanks for the tip Nitin. I just looked up the software you recommended (http://www.nemo-docs.com/) and tried it out. NICE calendar view of documents, with helpful right click, and thumbnail creation, for quick visual searching. It's a keeper and I'll be installing that on my dad's PC.

Reply   |   Comment by lemonadesoda  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#51

I have to recommend the keep-it-simple combination of good file-naming and (the free) Everything Search from Void tools (I assign a shortcut to it so it's instantly available). That plus Windows Explorer (or an alt like XYPlorer, frequently on sale at BitsDuJour) is probably everything (almost anyone) needs. I'm not knocking this program but if they get you hooked on it you'll eventually have to buy upgrades 'til the end of time (and you know your brain is just trying to avoid learning file management anyway). Again, not knocking the program just sayin..

Reply   |   Comment by bvssunnydale  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#50

Unless I'm missing something here.... All I'm seeing is a list of files on the hard drive. Wouldn't a good quality file manager (paid or freeware) do the same job only better by handling a far greater variety of file formats?

What I would like is a program that could read any text or image file followed by a description of the file pulled from the file dialog box. For example, Ami Pro (an archaic word processor I use) saves each file with a filename and a file description, which can be up to 3 sentences long. So my listing for my Prescription Log would be: "RxLog2012.sam - Prescription Log from January 7, 2012 to December 31, 2012.".

Reply   |   Comment by BearPup  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#49

#41, it's not the legitimacy of the company so much as it is their slaughter of the English language. Google translate is not a substitute for a(n informed) native speaker and if they cannot afford to hire one, they should stick to their native language.

Sorry, but when the syntax is so mangled that the message becomes a mystery, the marketing war has largely been lost. After visiting their website, how many do you think would be more likely to try the product than before? Not many, I would guess, and that includes me.

As for the product, Search Everything fills my need just fine and (unlike this) it works with all file types. Instantaneous searches and a free price tag make a combination that's hard to beat for local storage. Since it uses ntfs, it won't work for network storage.

Those looking for more of a document management solution might try Calibre (freeware). It's intended for ebooks but it works just fine for all types of files.

Reply   |   Comment by Librarian  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#48

# 1. Clancolin

Focus should be to the SOFTWARE performance rather than English & American word typos.

Now, tell me which one is correct “COLOR” or “COLOUR”?

Reply   |   Comment by Barry  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#47

I use Everything every day. One feature not mentioned in the many accolades above is its ability to ignore word order. Typing in "dog house" will find "Dog House.doc", "House Dog.txt" and "housedog.exe"

Reply   |   Comment by Ian  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#46

I'm not seeing what this does that Windows doesn't already do.
Additionally, one organises files based on content, not format, using subfolders.

Reply   |   Comment by Rolo  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#45

A useful free file & folder finder I use quite frequently is
SuperFinder XT (standard) http://fsl.sytes.net/products.html
With a donation one can upgrade to 'Advanced' which allows
excluding extensions per preference (e.g., *.txt, *.exe, etc.).

I use Q-Dir as a dual-pane file manager from time-to-time, but I also like FreeCommander www.freecommander.com

Reply   |   Comment by Another Old Guy  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#44

#25 Leo
Actually, a defeatist would not offer positive suggestions such as the practical ones put forth by #1 Clancolin and #18 Ton. Perhaps, it's better to refer to these GAOTD'ers as pragmatists.
And to be practical myself, it's most likely that the web designer and the software designer are not the same person anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Johnnie Walker  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#43

#30 Giovanni

Thanks for the pointer to TheWindowsClub. You're right, the software looks promising. I especially liked this sentence on the WonderFox promo site:

"You can also convert PDF to Word, Excel or Text Document (this feature is just on the way and will come soon)."

They have big plans and it will be interesting to watch the development.

Reply   |   Comment by dregf  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#42

locate32 if you want fast searching of your files.

http://locate32.cogit.net/

It isn't a management tool, but a super quick file indexing tool for searching all documents.

Reply   |   Comment by Chris  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#41

Yesterday, someone spent quite a bit of time delving into the business address of YL Computing, and I see reference here today again about the legitimacy of today's company.

There are a LOT of legitimate small companies out there which use rental mailboxes as their official business address, especially those in rural areas, home-based businesses, etc. If you're a one-person shop, and work out of a home office, it is better on several fronts to have a separate business address. There are also office suite buildings that you can rent an office in where the administrative support, office equipment, conference rooms, etc., are shared among the companies renting business offices. So just because a company shares the same address with other companies does not mean its illegitimate. Quite the contrary. So I would not jumpt to assume the worst.

With regard to the spelling & grammatical mistakes on the website of today's offeror: I agree wholeheartedly with those say the quality of the website affects their impression of the company and their product(s). If you are releasing a product in English, you have a responsibility to ensure that the English is proper. Ditto for any language. Period.

Advertising - whether it be your business card, website, magazine ad, etc. - is a reflection on your company on so many levels. If you are willing to release a product (in this case, a website advertising your product) and it's quality is poor, why would anyone think the quality of your main product(s) is better? Programming is very much reliant on accuracy, and putting out any advertisement riddled with errors (we're not talking one or two typos) speaks volumes about the quality of your work, the pride you take in doing a job well, your attention to detail and accuracy, etc. Only a fool or an idiot would buy a product whose advertising quality is so poor.

If you install software from a company whose website is so riddled with errors, you have no one to blame but yourself when it introduces problems to your system.

I'll pass on today's offering.

Reply   |   Comment by drkenb  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#40

WonderFox Soft's other programs are remarkably similar to AoAMedia and a few others.
There's no record of WonderFox Soft in either CA or NY corporations, two of the addresses WonderFox has used. [The NY address is a Vietnamese Restaurant in Chinatown while the CA address is a house in Modesto]
Their specialty isn't software at all, but SEO and Internet Marketing.
I've found claims of founded in 2005 and 2009. Hmm...
Like AoA and many companies offered here, they hide behind their domain registration and offer *no* contact information whatsoever.
I wouldn't give my cc # to any of them.

Reply   |   Comment by SpacemanSpiff  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#39

Mentioned a couple times before in these comments but I want to add a bit more about a spiffy little FREE program called Everything. - http://www.voidtools.com/ - I use this everyday and find it to be invaluable. It runs through your computer and ALL files (including .txt) on the machine are found by simply typing into the search bar. A word or search string makes files easy to find. - Which brings us to naming files. A good name for a single file can certainly speed up a search for it. Put in a few words of what is in the file or what it is for. Letter, Invoice, Book Title, Games, whatever. Dates can help too. We are no longer limited to 8 characters as in days of old when we had to think up abbreviations of words in an attempt to have them jog our memories when we searched for a file. (ie: ltr4cara.txt) Use the characters allowed to name a file with strong keywords.

Reply   |   Comment by prying1  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#38

WOT rating is poor for this website.

Reply   |   Comment by frank  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)
#37

#30: In all fairness, you should have mentioned that 7files is only an alpha version 0.3 test product. Not even beta. Folks should be made aware of that before installing on their systems, and it is easy enough to miss on the 7files website.

Reply   |   Comment by drkenb  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#36

To add to my plea to Giovanni at #31 - my law firm's DMS also links to other apps, like Word (so "Open" in Word pulls up the search function in the DMS) or a redlining program that shows the differences between two versions or two documents or Outlook so docs can be emailed straight from the EMS. Giovanni, your #30 and my #31 crossed - please advise re my #31 also. Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by glnz  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-17)
#35

Does this also assist with scanning? I am looking for something to replace Paperport 8 that will also read PP .max files. I understand that the later versions of PP are terrible. Is there any alternative?

Reply   |   Comment by Sandy  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#34

Waiting for Giovanni !! I would love to find a free program that does for my wife's home business what the document management system (DMS) does at my law firm. Every new document can be saved (and later searched) by title, client name or number (a database), matter name or number (a database), type of document, author and/or typist, and also searched by text. Each new document is assigned a consecutive document serial number that can appear in the footer, and new versions (.1, .2, etc.) of the same document can be made so that all versions stay in the same document serial number. The DMS stores each document on a server (or a number of servers that can also be a search factor) and sends it to each user that needs to work with it and keeps everything synced each time the user hits Save. Thus the docs are also backed up. Giovanni - anything like this?

Reply   |   Comment by glnz  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#33

# 1. Clancolin

How about quote some better FREEWARE ALTERNATIVES?? What's the point of saying "there are better FREEWARE out there...." and then never mention any of them?

And to other moaners: how about focus your attention to the SOFTWARE performance rather than worrying about the English word errors made by the developer on his website (who cares??)?

That being said.....

What a funny coincidence...LOL!

I grabbed a FREE KEY LICENSE of this nice SW here yesterday (the key should allow you to upgrade the program to future versions, unlike this GAOTD):

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/document-manager-software-giveaway-unlimited-downloads

For what I can see this software is on its early stages and needs some more improvements before it's worth buying. So as matters stand, the price is too high!!

But overall this app deserves much more than 25% THUMBS UP!

BEST (and BETTER) FREEWARE ALTERNATIVE:

*(Portable)Q-Dir 5.22
http://www.softwareok.com/?seite=Freeware/Q-Dir

* 7files
Amazing smart & effective brand new FILE BROWSER APP for Windows, which makes Windows Explorer and the Windows 7 file search indexing just a memory of the past. Why?? Because it enables you to search & find literally in one second any file you have in your machine by date, type and extension, as well as browse your most used folder and share your saved files to your friends on SKYPE.

http://www.7files.net/

* SIVeX 0.1.1
Terrific brand new file manager tool which uses a different approach, compared to other similar apps out there, sporting extremely powerful search functions as well.

http://sivexplorer.com/index_en.html

* EF Commander (==> Softpedia Pick Editor)
Nice multi-featured and multilanguage file manager app with great features. Best of all it's FREE!!!

http://www.softpedia.com/get/File-managers/EF-Commander-Free.shtml

* Portable wxCommander
Cool brand-new two-panel file manager with unique features (can create ZIP and ISO files) and an advanced built-in text editor!

http://www.wxcommander.com/

* TaggedFrog 1.1
Organize your files, documents and Web links through drag’n’drop technique!!

http://lunarfrog.com/taggedfrog/

To encrypt your files you can also use award-winning Open Source software like TRUECRYPT and/or AXCRYPT or one of these amazing FREE (PORTABLE) apps:

http://www.safehousesoftware.com/SafeHouseExplorer.aspx
http://www.toolwiz.com/products/toolwiz-bsafe/
http://www.freeotfe.org/
http://crypto.brettlee.com/
http://www.mytikus.com/pc_tool_software.htm
http://www.mitracker.com/file-secure-free.html

Finally, if you are looking for a great free FILE (and SYSTEM) backup tool, these are the right programs for you:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Back-Up-and-Recovery/GFI-Backup-Home-Edition.shtml
http://backup.comodo.com/backup-features.php
http://www.paragon-software.com/home/br-free/features.html
http://www.todo-backup.com/products/home/free-backup-software.htm

Enjoy (for FREE of course)!!

Ciao
Giovanni

Reply   |   Comment by giovanni  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+46)
#32

Summary.

Nice layout.

The only Supported documents:
Word: .doc, .docx
Excel: .xls, .xlsx
PPT: .ppt, .pptx
PDF: .pdf

I think that this is a nice restricted app with limited functionality that normally have a upgrade to Pro version with the added functionality of add your own file types and search by size and date
and files containing.

the following complete the above requirements:-

locate32 http://locate32.cogit.net/
everything http://www.voidtools.com/

Reply   |   Comment by vietnam rum  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#31

Today's offering is one I'll skip - thanks anyway. I appreciate the comments of lisa and Barry (currently #8 and 9) and others who have given good examples of where the software will not be one I need or want.

I am however a little troubled by the focus on issues beyond the functionality of the software, particularly as yesterday there were also issues raised about the bona fide of YL.

Whilst I agree that professional companies should have a nice readable and grammatically correct website to make a good impression, it doesn't follow that a small company (possibly even just the developer and their partner)not having a fluent grasp of written English means that the programming is likely to be flawed. It's true that most programming language is English based, but the syntax is unique and may well be learned in isolation.

Outsourcing the translation of their desired text to a professional is a great idea - but whether or not a company are able or inclined to do so is not a good indicator of the quality of their programming - only of their marketing strategy.

There are surely a great number of highly talented programmers in the world who do not have English as a first language, and I know for sure that there are a great many shonky products with beautifully crafted copy! There are also grievous atrocities committed against the English language every day by native English speakers in large corporations and media outlets in the western world.

I don't think anyone commenting here intends to be racist, but it's amazing how much "bad" or grammatically incorrect English goes uncommented and indeed unnoticed when used by Westerners - while people are highly suspicious of a Chinese/Malaysian/Uzbekistani company that won't pay someone to make their webpage stand up to the scrutiny of pedants who know what they mean anyway ;-)

/rant>

Reply   |   Comment by WobblyWombat  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)
#30

@ #5 Lynne If you are going to make comments about someone's bad spelling and grammar, then you might want to check your own first.

The word is PIDGIN, not Pigeon (which is a bird.)

Reply   |   Comment by Mags  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#29

Pretty unprofessional looking software. I generally know where all my files are on my computer, but if I need to search for anything I've been using:

http://www.donationcoder.com/Software/Mouser/findrun/

It dosen't waste time indexing and is quite simple to use...just start typing.

Have a great day.
Mothman

Reply   |   Comment by Mothman  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#28

when choosing the file the path is shown bottom right.
above the file name is \ what use is that?

right click should have a open folder to file location.

Reply   |   Comment by vietnam rum  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#27

The entire world does not speak English. Finding fault in a software just because of incorrect English on the website is a defeatist argument. Its a nice little program that does what it says though 70 bucks is a bit on the higher side.

Reply   |   Comment by Leo  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)
#26

This program is doing an index. you should be able to do a search on for example .txt .abc and should show the results. it does not.

http://www.voidtools.com/ everything.exe is small and very fast

I like the look of this program however it does not have the functionality.

cheers

Reply   |   Comment by vietnam rum  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#25

Perfect for my use; makes doc handling and finding sexy....thnx GAOD

Reply   |   Comment by Derrickbee  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-29)
#24

Straight from the main page of their website:

"If you are a officer or a company clert, you may have many electronic documents to deal with every day. And it would be boring and compalicated for us to manage the daily documents, easpecially when we are trying to find some files which are not generally used."

Wow! I found it "easpecially compalicated" trying to figure out what a "company clert" does.

Do they not have spell check?

Reply   |   Comment by Spelling Teacher  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#23

Is this software similar to one being advertised in USA I think its called Neato or netto, that comes with the scanner, I am looking to manage all the documents I have and scan new ones so they are taggable/searchable etc

Reply   |   Comment by Hitesh  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)
#22

Their website has a "Promotion" page with a "Special Coupon Code" for 50% off of the $49.95 price. Also on the page it has "Free users also can use the full version of our software but we don't provide upgrade and email support for free users." Have they updated the page for Giveaway of the Day users or is the software available free at many places on the 'net? There is no version history of this software. Is it V1.0?

Reply   |   Comment by tech  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)
#21

Office Security, DRM, Copy Protection, Watermarking and Distribution
Management Solution


http://www.armjisoft.com/?page=officeownerguard

Reply   |   Comment by M. Rohan  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-18)
#20

This software does not seem to be useful for me so I'll take a pass. Thank you GAOTD for the offer and also thank you to the publisher of the software. I wish you the best of luck in selling and marketing your software.

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Pan  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#19

Used Index..found 1500 odd files...clicked on BACKUP..... Gave an out of memory error....rebooted PC opened up program again...now clicking on Backup crashes the program.....Not very good is it?

Reply   |   Comment by ken dalton  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)
#18

Aiming to score 69 bucks with this software is a brave move.
I wish you luck, but fix the website linguistically otherwise customers raise their bar of concerns if you are a professional software developer with 3 Million customers worldwide.

Asides your software's functionality in regard what it does versus price - not only it is not looking professional, but also you have a massive cloudfront of freeware alternatives against you that perform better and look better and do more.

I suggest the following for you:
- lower the price tag (49,95 doesn't cut it)
- adhere to GUI standards
- do an extensive research of other products available in this category
- as a professional software provider, provide trustworthy contact details (mailing address, physical address, telephone numbers Toll-Free for customer care)

Reply   |   Comment by Ton  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
#17

As an addendum to my earlier comment, it seems to work fine on XP, so where am I going wrong on the Win 7 machines? On XP noticed that the UI window does not have handles to allow scaling to full screen which sort of limits the visual range.

Reply   |   Comment by KenyanPhoenix  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#16

I Use Calibre (freeware) for e-book (and document) management
together with Everything (super Little freeware searchprogram)
didnot test GOTD because i donot need it :)

Reply   |   Comment by Theo  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#15

to #4 For this, use Copernice Desktop Search Home (free), or google desktop search (free). Indexes all files by content (pps, doc, txt, xls, pdf, all emails etc)to find every file containing a choosen word in the blink of an eye.

Reply   |   Comment by Roland  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#14

As i read some feedbacks and some are not satisfied. I recommend File Secure which is better and free. Not only docs but all files. You can encrypt, decrypt, backup files. File Secure free and portable.

Reply   |   Comment by Paranoid  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#13

Dear All.

Having set-up problems in Win 7 x32 Ent edition. Comodo flags and isolates it.After deactivating the AV, gives a "*Failed to launch the program." error. No error code is provided for reference.

Also encountered same problem with similar OS setup in different machine but with Microsoft Security Essentials. Again also no error code seen.

Downloading afresh on XP sp3 Home Edition. If same observed, will ud.

Reply   |   Comment by KenyanPhoenix  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#12

What is the point?

If you have Total Commander and Locate32, you have powerful document management tools. Create whatever folder you like and easily copy or move stuff in. Compare directories. Locate32 can find your files and/or text in your files. It is blazingly fast and accurate.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17)
#11

Agree with #1. I went to the website and the spelling is a complete joke. It seems like a 1st grader wrote that. There were many many more spelling and grammar mistakes. They claim that they have customers all over the world. I wonder how many speak English?

Reply   |   Comment by Robert  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+20)
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