If you are looking for WinFAM, you have come to the right place. We explain what WinFAM is and point you to the official download.
What is WinFAM?
WinFAM is genealogy software developed for Windows-run computers. The software provides tools that the user can utilize to trace family lines, create family trees and compile all data gathered about families and individual members under a single database.
The software complies with GEDCOM, otherwise known as GEnealogical Data COMmunication, which is a formatting method for inputting text data regarding family lines that enables the exchange of genealogical information among users utilizing different genealogical programs. The GEDCOM technique enables various genealogical programs to recognize and read data.
The program enables attachment of photos and other multimedia files to each entry, add individual entries to family trees through the drag and drop method, and customize layout view from Landscape to Portrait. The program also supports several languages, apart from English: Danish, German, Norwegian, French and Swedish.
A demo version can be downloaded and used for up to 21 days from date of installation. All data stored within the trial version can be transferred to the full version. Also, the demo version includes all features of the paid version.
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File types supported by WinFAM
Our users primarily use WinFAM to open these file types:
About file types supported by WinFAM
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Last updated: : March 7, 2013