Tambov, Russia (PressExposure) June 07, 2009 -- Bolide Software today announces the availability of All My Books 1.7, the newest version of the book collection software to help book collectors keep track of their home library of books. Now the program displays book covers in a scrolling bookcase-style interface where books are arranged on virtual shelves. The new design makes browsing through the database a much more convenient and fun experience than the standard book listing. All My Books is available immediately as a free download from the Bolideâs website at http://www.bolidesoft.com.
All My Books is a library organizer for Windows computers. It will help book collectors to create a digital database of the library, keep track of the books and know exactly, which books are in the collection, which books are still to be bought and which ones are lent to friends. With the book management software like All My Books, there is no need to spend a good half hour, rummaging through the shelves to find a book. Just type in the title and view full book information, including the note, where in the bookcase the book is placed.
Books are a snap to add
The library organizer offers many options to create the database. Firstly, it lets the user import the database in XML or CSV format if it has already been created in the other book management software, or editor. Secondly, the user can create the database from scratch, which is super easy. Just enter the book title, author, ISBN and All My Books will download full book information from the Web, including the title, author, ISBN, genre, publishing house, rating , image of the book cover, and even review written up in an online database. In addition to the myriad of details grabbed from the internet, one can create custom fields and enter own data. Once the book is added to the database, the user goes to another - the inventory process is quick, taking just a few seconds per book.
Books are super easy to find
All My Books makes it a snap to find a book. The user can simply browse through the virtual shelves of the library organizer to select the book he needs. However this method works fine if the database contains only a modest number of books, or the user does not know exactly what he is looking for and wants to review the entire collection, book by book. If the database contains a couple of thousand books and the book collector knows what book he needs, itâs better to use the book finder feature, which works in the same way as Windows Vista desktop search. One starts typing in the first letters of the title and All My Books instantly displays the matching results, updating the listing as more letters get entered. There are also capabilities for sorting out books by different criteria.
Read more at: http://www.bolidesoft.com/allmybooks.html