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Mind Collected

Create Visual Catalogs of Ideas and Things

v1.00.37 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, 2000, Vista, 7, 8 (32 and 64 bit)
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Some people just work more efficiently when they operate on a visual basis. But databases just don’t seem to want to cater to the visually-minded – until now! Today’s discount software promotion is a powerful way to organize ideas and things visually, and it’s called Mind Collected.

Mind Collected lets you visually catalog ideas and things using photos, names, tags, notes, and interconnectivity. With Mind Collected, you’ll be able to automatically search and fetch images from the Internet that match what’s in your database, or use your own custom photos. Just input the things and concepts you want to catalog, make the connections to other things, and let your brain take over the rest!

The secret is this – by visually cataloging these things, you make them psychoactive, making your brain think about them more often without any additional effort. The result is a massive improvement in behavior that causes you to react more accordingly – recalling things better, making better food choices, the list is endless!

This promotion includes the following:
Mind Collected v1.00.37 ($49.95)
Mind Collected 1-user-3-PC-Pack ($74.95)

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Khalil User How does the software work with PDF files in terms of preview, thumbnails, etc?
Dec 14 2021 at 1:37am Copy Link
Jon Spain Are Windows 10 and 11 really not supported or just accidentally omitted?
Dec 14 2021 at 2:15am Copy Link
Roland User Software has not been updated since 2016. Also as user of their other software Swift To Do list do not rely on their 90 day money back guarantee as they do not honour this.
Dec 14 2021 at 3:26am Copy Link
Jon Spain The website does show Windows 10 and last updated in 2016, more or less the original release, I guess. It looks like worth a punt, FastPaste is great.
Dec 14 2021 at 6:40am Copy Link
bvssunnydale As I've previously mentioned, this program may be the worst I've ever attempted to use (going on 40 years now) and the vendor has admitted it really isn't designed for a lot of images (think 500-1000 and it starts to lock up and crash). Tech support is only good for telling you it's not really designed to do what users have every right to expect it to do (based on the description). The terrible thing is that you have to put a lot of effort into it before it's limits render those efforts wasted. Just trying to warn you.
Dec 14 2021 at 7:05am Copy Link
geo User I have to confirm what @Roland User has commented about with regards to the 90 day refund policy. I am still waiting since May of this year for a refund on a purchase. I am wondering if BDJ can offer any action/resolution to something like this we both as users have experienced?

Dec 14 2021 at 7:47pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 15 2021 at 12:11am Copy Link
Egon User Oh my! Dextronet's main business is Swift ToDo which is a pleasant and "forward" ToDo tool on PC... and that already shows the inherent problem: ToDo management on PC is not anymore what most people have in mind, so (t)he(y) also programmed something for Android which, according to what people say, has somewhat less functionality; synching then thru the developer's web site costs real money (but updates and upgrades are included then).

As a ToDo tool, Swift was never intended as a real database, albeit it relies, or has relied, in the past, on the not-so-standard, but not totally exotic either, VistaDB if I'm not mistaken, so users expecting to use it as a database probably expected that the db backend would provide the necessary power... the developer included, after all?

Since then, he stripped down Swift into several crippled or functionally sized-down functional sub-sets, of which Mind Collected is a little bit out-of-range, with some functional enhancements with regards to the source product.

It's been said that he is/was going to replace the current/former db by something more standard, so this probably be a transfer VistaDB (?) > SQLite (?), and this project probably is the reason why for some time now, some much-wanted Swift enhancements (he never promised to make though) haven't been done, but even without, Swift is something really pleasant to use, even for some (family) "project management" if those "projects" are straightforward (no critical paths) and don't grow too big; in fact and in the future, that field might even become the main application target for Swift, on PC, the only real problem being that upgrades are always full-price (or on bits) even if you just need the PC tool;

a lesser problem being that filters (which work fine) have to be set up first, which takes some time, and then are not "plastic" in a sense that you could then do a quick change on-the-spot for applying the filter in question to a slightly different situation.

Thus, Mind Collected allegedly seeming to be another more-or-less spin-off of Swift (developer might deny that though), it's not really a surprise that with thousands of pics, allegedly stored within the db, it might not be what you've come to expect from the developer's web site. ;-)

But then, promising a 90 days money back "guarantee", without honoring it: That's what they call

a deal breaker.

For Dextronet products in general; fortunately, we've got the, whenever honest, uncensored Bits comments to know now; people who just buy from the developer's web site, will never know in time.

And I don't say, "good riddance", but "it's a real shame", since, as implied above, Swift is functional for little "projects", and there are not that many (PC) tools (left) for that purpose; just compare Swift to VueMinder e.g.

Sheer incredible, such alleged behavior when on the other hand the developer is on Bits regularly and thus must expect that it will known...
Dec 15 2021 at 4:01am Copy Link
geo User @ Egon User
Appreciate your input on the developers products.
As far as the experience I and others had about the 90 days developers promise on refunds, I did give plenty of time to rectify it but there is definitely a MAJOR DEFECT there. And I hope we here BDJ input on this.
Dec 15 2021 at 1:27pm Copy Link

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