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Absolute Media Library 2.1

A database program for cataloging and tracking of all types of physical media.


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Total downloads: 229
  • Last Updated: Sep 16, 2010
  • License: Shareware $49.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Absolute Media Library is a Home & Education software developed by Latshaw Systems. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Absolute Media Library:

Brothersoft Editor: Absolute Media Library (Abs) is a database program for cataloging and tracking of all types of physical media such as Books, CDs, DVDs, or virtually any format you can think of. Abs also tracks people who you lend items to, keeps inventory, and can generate reports on a number of criteria. Abs can be used in both professional libraries and corporate network environments, as well as in the home for the hobbyists or collectors who simply need to track their collection. A great deal of thought is put into making Absolute Media Library so easy to use that virtually anyone who's ever sat down at a PC will be able to pick it up in matter of minutes.

100% compatible with All Media Library (AML) v7 & v8 library databases
- Cleaner and intuitive user interface with advanced grid controls for easy Multi-Select and sorting
- Complete lending functions and History tracking
- New ADO.Net technology enables hundreds of simultaneous network users
- More professional and powerful reporting engine
- Built with Microsoft .Net technology for stability and compatibility well into the future versions of Windows
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