By Susan Wenner Premium

It’s been on the market for seven years in France, but the popular genealogy software Heredis <> just recently immigrated to America. The English release of Heredis adds another competitor to the ever-growing list of software programs for family historians. Some of its features include:

No limits to the number of individuals, generations or data entry

Immediate display and access to all functions on one screen only

Search tools and database merging

Flexible handling of lists, files and statistics

Various charts and reports to choose from

Before you buy the program, download the free demo from the site and try it out. You’ll need a Windows 95 or higher operating system, 16MB RAM (32 recommended) and 20MB free hard-drive space.

From the June 2002 issue of Family Tree Magazine