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Mybase Desktop 8.xDiscount

Mybase Desktop 8.x

All of Your Information In One Place

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Platforms: Windows 7+ (64 bit), Linux (amd64), macOS 10.11+ (x64, Intel CPU)
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Have you ever wondered how you could integrate all of your information into a larger superset of organized data? Think about it - all of the websites that you find useful are organized, yes, in your Bookmarks or Favorites list in your browser - but they're completely separate from your important documents, which are kept in your My Documents folder. Likewise, your favorite photos are in your media viewer, and noteworthy email messages are in yet another application, whether it be Outlook or an online mail program.

When it comes time to take in The Big Picture, you're still running back and forth between all of these services and applications. With MyBase Desktop, you don't have to, because everything you need is stored in one place.

MyBase Desktop is a freeform database, notes manager and outlining tool that helps you to organize unstructured text, web pages, images, documents, emails and many other files without limitations on length or file format. You can pack MyBase Desktop full of data, because your information is compressed on the fly and stored in an intuitive tree hierarchy. Once you've captured all of your stuff in one place, MyBase Desktop lets you organize, retrieve, search, and share information like never before!

Please note folks: there is a significant improvement which has been brought to the web-collect add-on ( that allows to capture and save web contents from Chrome/Firefox with ease.

This promotion includes the following:
myBase Desktop 8.x for Windows ($79)
myBase Desktop 8.x for Mac ($79)
myBase Desktop 8.x for Linux ($79)
myBase Desktop 7.x for Windows ($79)
myBase Desktop 7.x for Mac ($79)
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Metta (2) Has a spell checker been added to the current version?
Oct 22 2022 at 5:40am Copy Link
Flo Your website does not use https. Is that not pretty much the standard protocol nowadays?
Oct 22 2022 at 3:13pm Copy Link
Rick Truell Flo: "Your website does not use https. Is that not pretty much the standard protocol nowadays?"

To some extent you're right, but the use of HTTPS really depends on the functionality of the web site. The only times a secure connection is **needed** is when sensitive information (login credentials, credit card details, personal information, etc.) is being exchanged. Since wjjsoft's web site doesn't seem to do any of that, a secure connection isn't **needed**. The parts of the site where one actually has to pay for something have HTTPS links to third-party sites where the payment information is collected.

That said, the main reason that sites that didn't **need** to use HTTPS didn't use it in the past is because SSL certificates were quite expensive. These days, however, Lets Encrypt offers SSL certificates for free, so there's really no reason for a new site to not use HTTPS right from the start.

However, given the choice between having a company with a long-existing, non-secure site spending their time converting the site to a secure one when it's not really **needed**, or spending their time upgrading/bugfixing their software...I'd rather they spend their time fixing bugs and doing upgrades.
Oct 22 2022 at 9:27pm Copy Link

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