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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, Linux
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FullRecall helps you memorize any piece of knowledge with minimal time investment. It does this by identifying when you're most likely to forget information, automatically scheduling the timing of review sessions to maximize your learning capacity!

In the past, you've tried to learn important facts and figures, only to have to recall them weeks or months later, by which time that information has long become a faded memory. With FullRecall, you have a software application that continually adjusts itself to your learning pace to optimize your retention of knowledge.

If you've worked with flash cards, the FullRecall interface will instantly be familiar to you. Just add question and answer pairs, then start your review of the material. Based on your recall of a particular answer, submit a grade that estimates how well you learned that particular bit of info, and FullRecall will adjust it's review pattern accordingly. It's that simple!

Please note folks, the OSX version of FullRecall utilizes the X11 protocol. While this has no effect on functionality some OSX users might not be accustomed to the GUI. Make sure to try before you buy!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Warren Russell I'm confused (my normal state) about registration. When I clicked on "GET IT FOR FREE", a message displayed saying I was being transferred to the vendor site. At, there was a link saying "Fullrecall is available for free". Clicking on that link, I was able to download and install both the Windows and Android versions.

Fullrecall isn't always free now, is it? Am I going to be asked to provide registration information at some point, and if so, where do I get it?

Oct 27 2014 at 10:16pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Warren Russell - The software was available for a price long before but for some time now, it has been made free.
BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 28 2014 at 3:20am Copy Link
Warren Russell Thank you, Constantin. That was a pleasant surprise.
Oct 28 2014 at 7:29am Copy Link

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