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Computerize Your Assets - Extended

Maintain a Complete Home Inventory!

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Platforms: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit)
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Quick! Close your eyes! Now describe everything that's around you in the room. Should be easy to do - it's your stuff and you see it every day, right?

As it turns out, it's really quite hard to recall everything you own, which is exactly what you would need to do if you wanted insurance to cover your losses as a result of a fire, flood, or other catastrophe. In fact, even if you do remember the basics, in order to make a rock solid insurance claim you're going to need even more -- make, model, serial... you get the idea.

The best way to be absolutely certain that you have a proper accounting of your home inventory is with Computerize Your Assets. It's a revolutionary program that makes it simple to document and catalog all of your personal assets, down to your last compact disc!

Computerize Your Assets is so easy to use you'll be up and running in minutes! You can keep track of an unlimited number of items stored in an unlimited number of rooms, and you can create categories to match your own personal situation. You can include digital photos and video of your items, and you can even scan in warranty and insurance documentation! Even your credit cards are covered by the program - just enter account statements and contact numbers to create a go-to resource should you ever lose your wallet. Computerize Your Assets even comes with a handy search function that allows you to pull up all of the information on a particular item just by entering its name.

Do you have several furnished apartments, a small business, a vacation home, or a city getaway? Worry not, the Extended Version of Computerize Your Assets also includes the ability to manage multiple properties at once!

The Extended Version of Computerize Your Assets also features the new Estate Planning function! Do you ever worry about conflicts over who's supposed to receive what out of your collection of valuables? Visions of friends and loved ones fighting each other over what your intentions were? Well, with the Extended Version of Computerize Your Assets, all you need to do is create a list of designated recipients, select one, and checkbox all of the things that you intend to give to that person "if anything happens". Plus, the reports produced from this information are perfect for submitting to an estate planner or attorney!

Once you have your entire life cataloged in Computerize Your Assets, you can view your inventory by exporting the data to a spreadsheet file, displaying a visual graph by category or location, or producing a summary or detail report, which is extremely useful for filing insurance claims. And, even though Computerize Your Assets contains an inventory of everything you own, no need to worry - all of your data can be safely encrypted, and secure offsite backup is as easy as a single button push!

Please note: although today's promotion is for the Extended Version of Computerize Your Assets, you have the option of selecting your "version of choice" at time of purchase. Take a look at the comparison chart to see which version is right for you.

This promotion includes the following:
Computerize Your Assets - Extended ($69.95)
Computerize Your Assets - Standard ($39.95)
'Run Your Own Inventory Service' - Business Edition ($1000)
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Peter R On your website is this info: "There is a version 3 that already exists, and will be released first to the home and estate users of Computerize Your Assets.". However, I could not find a release date.
And: will there be a discount for the new version when buying today on Bits?

Thank you.
Jul 16 at 5:40am Copy Link
CYA Software, Inc. Greetings, Peter. While we do not announce release dates, we will strive to offer existing license holders a discounted path to upgrades. That includes those who purchase through Bits. We have had a relationship with them for years, and have chosen to begin marketing efforts for version 3 through them. Best!
CYA Software, Inc. - Jul 16 at 5:46am Copy Link
Timothy Wallace I wanted to download a demo, so I can evaluate the product before purchase, however, all of the download links on your Website throw up a 404 error. This is a concerning state of affairs.
Jul 16 at 6:28am Copy Link
Peter R @Timothy Wallace: I downloaded the demo from their site today without problems.
In fact, I found it more concerning that the main program still dates from 12/2012... Or maybe this is just an (old) demo release?
Jul 16 at 6:35am Copy Link
CYA Software, Inc. Hello Timothy. We are aware of problems with the existing site, and that is why we are migrating attention to for a clean start. You can download the demo for extended (version 2.1) right here at Bits:
CYA Software, Inc. - Jul 16 at 6:39am Copy Link
Timothy Wallace Another commenter noted there is a version 3 in the works. Apparently, current purchasers are funding the re-design. Maybe the bits deal is driving traffic to the site, and oversubscription is resulting in a refused connection....
Jul 16 at 6:40am Copy Link
CYA Software, Inc. Peter R - The demo is several years old, and we are working on an updated one. The demo is of the extended version, and will run on Windows 10, so we have not updated it in quite some time. When you purchase we manually send you an unlock code that will license you for the version you purchase (either Personal or Extended). There is nothing else to download. We have not migrated to an automated system yet, because we want to ensure we protect the security of our existing users' data even if it means we are still a bit behind the technology curve. Does that help?
CYA Software, Inc. - Jul 16 at 6:54am Copy Link
Timothy Wallace Is there a way to store the database file on a network server, so I can access it from more than one computer? Alternatively, is there a way to backup the program database so I can work with the file from another computer? I am thinking I would like to add items using my laptop, so I can go room-to-room, but access the information from my desktop, where I can more easily scan and add documentary items. Thanks.
Jul 17 at 9:58am Copy Link

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