|Friday, August 19th, 2005|
VERSION 2.0 NOW READY!
NEW LOOK OF THE FINDERWARE WEBSITE
NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLERS LIST
|VERSION 2.0 NOW READY!|
FinderWare has released version 2.0. The upgrade to FinderWare 2.0 is free. If you have purchased FinderWare, go to the FinderWare Website to upgrade to 2.0. If you are using the trial version of FinderWare, you will need to uninstall the trial, go to the FinderWare Website, and reinstall the trial.
FinderWare 2.0 is full of new features. The most exciting of those is "Share with a Friend." This feature enables you to share your library with your friends. Using this feature is the fastest and easiest way to share your library with other people. Complete instructions for using "Share with a Friend" are below in the FinderWare Tips section. They can also be found on the FinderWare Website.
|NEW LOOK OF THE FINDERWARE WEBSITE|
FinderWare has changed the look of its website. It is still located at the same address, www.FinderWare.com, but it looks completely different. There are new areas to the site, including an area for the Newsletters. There is also a section that holds all of the FinderWare tips that are included in the newsletters.
When you visit the website, the first thing you will notice is the change in color. You will also notice the navigation is different. The FinderWare website is a tool for you to use to learn more about FinderWare, how to use it, tricks that make it easier, and news on new versions. FinderWare hopes that you will find the new look of the website helpful.
FinderWare's New Look
FinderWare 2.0's New Features
"SHARE WITH A FRIEND"
How do I use this new feature?
Using Share with a Friend is the easiest way to share your library with other people. Follow these step-by-step instructions on how to use this new feature. First, you need to be running FinderWare 2.0 or later. If you have an earlier version you will need to upgrade to 2.0 or later.
To Send Your Library Using Share with a Friend
1. Open FinderWare and make sure that you are connected to the Internet
2. In FinderWare, go to My Library
3. Choose the books you want to share
NOTE: You can share your entire list of books or any portion of that list. Any books that are showing in My Library will be “shared” when you click on "Share with a Friend."
a. Narrow your list by using the Search feature (for more information, see How do I use Search in the FinderWare Tips section of the FinderWare Website)
b. Narrow your list by right clicking on a book or multiple books (use the shift or control keys to highlight multiple books) and choosing “Remove Book from List”
4. Once the books are showing that you would like to share, click on "Share with a Friend" from the menu on the left side of the screen
5. An email will come up with a friendfile attached – enter the email address for the friend with whom you are sharing your list
6. Click on the Send button of the email
Receiving a Share with a Friend List
1. You will get an email with an attachment called friendfile
2. Open the friendfile from the email
3. You may get a pop-up asking if you want to Open the file or Save it – choose Open
4. If FinderWare does not automatically open the friendfile, you will have to choose which application you want to open the file – choose FinderWare for Books
NOTE: You may have to Browse and find FinderWare for Books on your hard drive. If you chose the default location when installing FinderWare, it will be in C://Program Files/sagera/FinderWare for Books.
|NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLERS LIST|
1. LIFEGUARD - James Patterson and Andrew Gross
2. THE HISTORIAN - Elizabeth Kostova
3. THE DA VINCI CODE - Dan Brown
4. THE INTERRUPTION OF EVERYTHING - Terry McMillan
5. THE UNDOMESTIC GODDESS - Sophie Kinsella
6. UNTIL I FIND YOU - John Irving
7. THE MERMAID CHAIR - Sue Monk Kidd
8. DOUBLE TAP - Steve Martini
9. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN - Cormac McCarthy
10. MIRACLE - Danielle Steel
1. THE FAIRTAX BOOK - Neal Boortz
2. 1776 - David McCullough
3. THE WORLD IS FLAT - Thomas L. Friedman
4. 100 PEOPLE WHO ARE SCREWING UP AMERICA - Bernard Goldberg
5. FREAKONOMICS - Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
6. BLINK - Malcolm Gladwell
7. CONFESSIONS OF A VIDEO VIXEN - Karrine Steffans
8. NEW RULES - Bill Maher
9. LANCE ARMSTRONG'S WAR - Daniel Coyle
10. THE TRUTH ABOUT HILLARY - Edward Klein
*The New York Times Best Sellers List is taken from the New York Times Book Review. The Fiction and Nonfiction lists included in this newsletter are only the top ten of the Hardcover Best Sellers Lists published on August 21, 2005.
James Patterson's LIFEGUARD