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New family history application available

Published: 21st Apr 2009, 21:36:40 | Permalink | Printable

R-Comp have announced the release of DP Genealogy Records, a family history package that allows users to build up a full overview of their ancestors' lives. The software is internally powered by their DataPower database engine.

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this looks interesting!

Will be looking into it as my Fiancée is into this :@)

 is a RISC OS Userem2ac on 28/4/09 9:50PM
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