Tabbles Home 3.1 ήταν διαθέσιμο ως προσφορά στις 12 Νοεμβρίου 2014!
Tabbles is a tagging software that allows to tag any kind of file, emails (in Outlook), and bookmarks. It helps you to organize them independently from folders and find them when you don’t remember where they are, but only what they are about.
Tabbles allows you to combine tags with a few mouse clicks, immediately finding the file, regardlessly of what folder or disk it is stored on. It even tells you what drive you need to connect, in case the file is archived on a disconnected drive. Its advanced features include auto-tagging based on rules, tag-sharing (to collaborate with your colleagues) and tagging of files that are cloud-sync’ed (with Dropbox, Onedrive etc.).
Windows Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1
You can access your own tagging from 3 different machines. Supports cloud syncronisation (like Dropox).
No limit on tabble sharing and collaboration: each user can share tagging and access tagging made by others. Supports cloud syncronisation (like Dropox).
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system.
An Italian(?) company with names, but no address:
We are a small, dynamic and international team who is wondering why file-management is lagging 30 years behind and no one seems to care or even notice. We do.
During the installation process another name: David Kerr.
With their claim, they are right in parts. There does exist professional file management since long, but expensive on a company level. For the home user, a good file management system is rare. IMHO due to the reason, that the average user does not really need a complicated file management.
And here comes Tabbles, a software which has been promoted already in 2009 and 2010 - as it seems, with no real success.
Before starting the software you register in the "Tabbles Cloud" service, this means that ALL information about your files is sent to some external server, which you cannot control. This is one possibility, the other is, that you use the SQL database on YOUR local Windows SQL server. If you have any running.
The third logical component, a local miniSQL on your home computer is non existing.
You create an user, you log in and now you can "tabble" your files.
A resizable workspace opens, you see the file structure, you can define your own database subset, eg. books and you can tag (connect) the database book with an ebook "Tales", for example.
You can share with other users now this "address" of the file. This is rather complicated for an inexperienced user. You need some database know how.
And immediately comes a negative point for me - this is a killer argument. With PDF's it gives you only the file name, it does not extract the internal PDF info as author, publisher, number of pages or whatever is stored in the PDF header. You cannot add additional information to this file - at least I did not find a way to store additional info.
A file management system, aimed for use with more than one user, using an insecure cloud - if you don't have and SQL server.
For the inexperienced user a steep learning curve, for the experienced user missing the features for a real file retrieval system.
What a pity! A good idea to add other programs to the file management world, but this does not fit in MY wishes - and sorry, I would not use a cloud service from an unknown company.
Uninstalled via reboot - but really: install it, use it and test it, to get a feeling what file management could mean.
... today is Wednesday
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@ XP users in this thread.
I am an old horse in the IT community, being 72 next year, and in the job since 1969. I remeber times where there were no virussen, no malware and no hackers very well. At that time I started programming, and it still keeps my brain fit.
I am a nerd, a freak, a Guru, whatever you like to call me. I have more computers in my small appartment as amany small business in their office, and YES, I am a retro minded person with his mind and visions beamed forward.
I run occasionally all "old" OS I have. And it may soun#d funny for many people, that my favourite OS STILL is W98se. And even friends are astonished how quick this w98se is. OK, it can no longer go iNet, as there is no browser that runs on it. no problem. My w98se not even uses a firewall and no anti-virus-software. There are a lot of disadvantages, of course, it only runs HDDs up to 2GB on a P133 with 64MB-RAM.
Of course I have an updated winTEN64bit that runs 16GB-RAM, I have any OS running, on hardware or as VM - except rotten apples; I prefer pears.
Still in daily use is win2k and around 15 XP, just for fun "without anti-virus-software.
My network is 24/7 online. I am still waiting for the apocalyptic scenarios to happen, but all time invested in checking my hardware with Live-CD.antivurus-software brings NO results. Of course I get a great lot of rubbish via email - but I know how to handle that.
In my life time I had 4 times "troubles". All were my own fault. 3 times it were my own buddies and kids, that came with CDs from friends and did not check them and disobeyed my security orders.
the 4th time I did let me send a "funny" email. It was soon clear that the attachment was "dangerous". Some weeks later I had the idea to extract the attachmant in a Sanbox in VM (!!). All went fine. And ther I felt safe to run the "exe". Of course this went wrong, despite all info that such things can not happen in sandbox or VM. I pressed the power button. It was a rootkit. 3 apps were affected. Not more. It took my 2 days to clean up the mess.
IMHO most of the apocalyptic tales are only to bring people away from old software. There are some prophets yelling in the dessert that you should start running Linux. Linux IS good, it is a lot safer .- no question, it looks good, it has fine software, but at the moment ONLY 1,4% use Linux. Open Source is such a good and fair idea, but ..... this world is NOT made for fairness, and open source programmers NEED money, not only to live. And that is the reason for all troubles. They all want to have big financial results and big words of hail on colorfull web pages .... Can anyone tell me what the sense is of multi million apps in app stores?? And another question: Why are the best and reliable restore and undelete utilities those written on root surface - that means: theyare in fact DOS programs .......
I hope your brains start glowing and give you some light.
Have a nice day
I know, this all is out of topic.....
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Personally I use "Q-Dir" as file management app, so don't need a tool like today's giveaway.
However, "TagSpaces" does even more for FREE (supports over 50 file formats, as well as Chrome Extension, Firefox Add-On, Android App and Mac OSX):
But if you like a different approach, my suggestion is to give this FREE GEM a try:
As you can see it can create TABS for Windows Explorer, for faster navigation and folder access to your favorite files & directories.
This way, you can quickly switch between them, performing various operations as well (copying files and/or comparing themy) without the need to open a new window for every folder opened: cool, isn't it?
Of course it requires .Net Framework to work properly but, apart from Dadams and a few other ones out there, most people use W7, especially those who surf the web every day.
Nowadays using XP is like open the doors to hackers and thieves out there!!
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When I first saw today's offering I was really pleased, some new method of organising my files and interests but decided not to bother once I saw the cloud was involved and the fact that it will not work with XP.
For those who are looking for some method of organising their information in a convenient form the following two programs may be useful, I'm very impressed with the first one which I use regularly.
This integrates very well into your browser and into my MS Word and has proved a really solid piece of programming.
The second program is useful for collaboration within groups, it does mind maps and all sorts of things to help organise information, it is more complex in its use than the one above but some may find it useful.
Today's offer would be great if I could store my information locally and would work in XP, plus an improvement in its handling of PDF files as pointed out by #2 Karl.
Could use it in my almost untouched Win 7 hard drive, but no the Cloud put me off.
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Note from the developer:
Tabbles is different frome the typical GAOTD software and is more oriented to professional and corporations.
It requires whether a Microsoft SQL Server or that you use our "Cloud" (where only files' names and paths will be stored).
Feedback is appreciated, please through our website http://tabbles.net
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