CardFile

  Lopez 14:56 21 Dec 2003
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Can anyone suggest a program similar to CardFile that was in Win 95?
It was a tidy little prog. and I've several hundred files that i'd like to be able to access.
Thanks

  Big Elf 15:01 21 Dec 2003
  Sheila-214876 15:04 21 Dec 2003

Tell us your PC spec that you have now? You may already have something you can use.

  Lopez 18:23 21 Dec 2003

ennuye
At present I'm running Win98 but I am considering moving up to Win2K soon ;-)

  Big Elf 18:26 21 Dec 2003

You could check out azzcardfile? A free evaluation version is available. To register it cost $12.99 (under a tenner). Claimed to work with most version of Windows.

  Lopez 20:41 21 Dec 2003

Thanks Big Elf, I've downloaded a copy of the file and I'll see if it's what I need.

  anchor 09:29 22 Dec 2003

If any of the above do not meet your requirements, I have, and still use, CardFile on my Windows XP.

I could send to you if you send me a message. It is only 91k.

  Stuartli 09:43 22 Dec 2003

If the CardFile program is the same DOS one I'm thinking of, I still use it regularly on another system.

Although it is now a program from the Dark Ages, it still does the database work required and passed the W2K requirements...:-)

  Stuartli 09:43 22 Dec 2003

It's used with Windows98SE at present.

  dth 09:46 22 Dec 2003

CardFile - Thats a blast from the past! It wasn't with Win 95 as such it was with Win 3.1......

Works fine with Win 98 / Win ME / Win XP

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