Waaaaaay back in the Windows 3.0 days I put all my contacts in a little program called Cardfile. For decades I used Cardfile as my Rolodex in Windows from versions 3.1, 3.11, Win 95, Win 98, Win Me, Win 2000, XP, and then … disaster. I couldn’t run it in Windows 7. What To Do? What To Do? The idea of finding a current Cardfile/Rolodex program, and then copying EVERY SINGLE ENTRY one by one into the new program was paralyzingly daunting. But disaster was averted when I discovered azzCardfile.
I installed azzCardfile and imported my huge Cardfile data by clicking “File” … “Import” … browsed to the folder where my Cardfile info lived (.crd file) and … click. Saved the new file and done.
I transitioned from Windows to Linux (Linux Mint Cinnamon) a couple of years ago. I have a dual boot setup because I have yet to find an open source video editing program that is as good as the software I use in Windows. So I spend the majority of my time working in Linux and rarely have to boot to The Dark Side. Could I install azzCardfile in Linux using Wine/PlayOnLinux? Yes.
Recently I found more uses for azzCardfile than just my Rolodex. If you’re the type of person who wants a catalogue for your DVDs, CDs, and recipes, azzCardfile enables you to easily create databases.
I don’t normally (meaning never) plug software but this handy little program saved me hours of tedious work. If you find yourself in the same predicament, or you’re just looking for a simple, fast, dependable program that works … go here: (click on the image below) Be Happy … you can try it for free.