If you are looking for PersonalBrain, you have come to the right place. We explain what PersonalBrain is and point you to the official download.
What is PersonalBrain?
PersonalBrain is the old name for a digital mind mapping tool that comes in editions for both PC and Mac users. It is currently dubbed TheBrain. The program is known for its almost limitless scalability and its associative linking system. While most mind-mapping software is naturally hierarchical in its relational structures—Idea A is parent to or above Ideas B and C or so on—PersonalBrain allows users to create relationships not just within hierarchies but across them as well as other files. Users of the software can thus create linkages not only between items inside existing hierarchies, but also outside of them, to other hierarchies, where there may be related thoughts, or even to other files or projects (as shortcuts). File embedding is also possible for users who want to store files directly on the brain.
The program offers dynamic graphics to go with its mind-mapping abilities. Users can export mind maps through Office programs as well as built-in archiving tools. XML exports are possible as well. Some editions (V.6, for example) allow users to sync their brains across devices. The program is available in a variety of iterations with tiered pricing. There is also a free version.
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File types supported by PersonalBrain
About file types supported by PersonalBrain
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014