Best Free Genealogy or Family Tree Software

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Genealogy software provides a method for recording the subjects of our research, e.g. their names, relationships, and events of their lives. Evidence (citations and sources) should be recorded to support the conclusions reached. They also print the reports and charts to show off the results of our labor.  This article reviews stand alone programs which run on your PC. If you are interested in web based applications please see my companion review at Best Free Online Genealogy / Family Tree Applications.

Several free genealogy programs will do a reasonable job for the novice or advanced genealogist.  Unless otherwise noted:

  • They support unlimited entry of individuals, birth, marriage, death, burial, and other events together with their associated dates, locations, and source citations.
  • Alternative names can be entered but are not necessarily searched.
  • Marriages are not numerically limited, i.e. multiple spouses (sequential or polygamous).
  • Polygamous relationships are not completely displayed, e.g. only one pair can be viewed at a time.
  • Multiple parents are supported (adopted, foster, or other possibilities). However, only one pair of parents can be displayed at a time.
  • Incest is supported, e.g. a child can be married to one of their parents and/or be both sibling and parent of another sibling. 
  • Same sex marriages and parents are supported by several of the recommended programs.
  • They support family group, pedigree, and descendant reports and charts together with the associated foot- or end-notes.
  • They support multimedia attachments but not all support photos in reports.
  • They support import and export of GEDCOM (GEnealogical Data COMmunication) format files.

Legacy StandardLegacy Standard is fairly easy to use, flexible, and has plenty of capabilities. The free version supports family, pedigree, and index views. Easily navigate to younger or older generations simply by clicking on the individuals. Clicking on Events icon displays all of the events for an individual.

You can attach photos or any other type of document. The source templates are well structured. The location field is unstructured but the Master Location List can help keep the locations consistent. The merge feature for people, places, sources, repositories, etc. is easy to use. You can select specific individuals, families and entire family lines for export or reports by placing them in a Focus Group.

Strong report generator supports many general report types including citation and to do lists. Legacy can print narrative book style reports using generic sentence templates. Creates stunning graphical charts, ancestor, descendant, fan, hourglass, and bow tie charts. Cannot save some reports to RTF (Rich Text Format); however, text format (ASCII) is supported. Saving reports to PDF format is not supported.

The program provides Internet Search links and a To Do List.

Legacy creates the best looking web pages and has the most features for web site creation of these programs. Supports photos and CSS.

Same sex couples are not supported either as parents or marriage. Polygamous and sequential multiple marriages and incestuous relationships are supported. Multiple parental relationships such as including adoptive parents or guardians are supported. Supports multiple names.

Many menu items when selected display a nagging message that the feature is available only in the Deluxe Edition. Greying out and disabling the unavailable options would have been less obtrusive.

GrampsGramps should be able to run on any operating systems that supports Python, e.g. Windows, Linux, Mac OS (disclaimer--I only tested in Windows). Easily navigate or filter by people or name list, family, relationship, ancestry, events, places, sources, repositories, media, and notes. An undo function allows easy correction of the most recent entries.

The place entry is especially outstanding. Places have distinct fields for street, city, latitude, church parish, etc. Alternate locations can be entered for each place, e.g. one could enter Virginia as an alternate for some West Virginia locations prior to the Civil War. Sources, notes, multimedia, and internet links can be linked to each place.  Also all events linked to the place are displayed and can be navigated to.

The date support is superior. Dates can be based on several different calendars, e.g. Gregorian, Islamic, etc. The date can have a quality of regular, estimated, or calculated. And finally the type can include before, after, range, span, etc. Events support roles, e.g. bride for a marriage event. Oddly there is no date calculator so, for example, a birth date calculated from the age at death would need to be manually calculated.

Gramps can create narrative style web sites. You can select a standard copyright or from any of the Creative Commons copyrights. Not only can living people be excluded, entirely or name only but also a date range to restrict recently deceased people can be selected, e.g. people who died within the last five years could be treated as if they were still living.

Gramps can create large format reports which could be sent to a facility with the ability to print large sheets.  Alternatively, large sized reports can be printed on individual pages which can be put together like a jigsaw puzzle, with the pages numbered according to their location in the overall report.

Sources can be attached to people, families, events, and multimedia. Citations can be copied and pasted.

Gramps directly supports patronymic and matronymic style names, e.g. ap Robert, verch Evan, etc. It also supports multiple surnames, e.g. Ramón y Cajal.

Gramps supports multiple parent relationships, e.g. adoptive. Same sex marriage is supported and each partner is labeled as "spouse." Same sex parents are also supported but one parent will be labeled as father and the other as mother. Marriage is not assumed for parents. Gender need not be specified for parents or married couples, e.g. a marriage can be entered for J. Roe and A. Smith with both listed as unknown gender. Genealogists worried about how to enter the parents of cloned individuals will be relieved to know that the same person can be entered as both father and mother:)

The family group text report did not have foot or end notes.

Gramps claims to support multiple languages and full Unicode support.

Scion PCIf you're interested in an easy to use portable application then ScionPC should be at the top of your list. 

I love the lack of gender constraints, e.g. I can add both of my grandchild's same sex parents without resorting to tricks such as changing the gender of one of the parents. Both members of marriages are referred to as partner's. (There is a warning that the couple is the same sex.) I wish other genealogy programs would adopt this standard. Supports multiple aliases.

ScionPC has exceptional date format support, e.g. Circa, Before, After, Estimated, and Date Range modifiers as well as Georgian, Julian, Hebrew, French Revolutionary, Islamic, Persian, Indian National, Coptic, User Defined and Unknown calendars. I like the pop up calendar for use when entering dates.

The program creates a complete web site for upload.  Supports CSS. 

Only one source format. Only one source citation is permitted per event. No book print function.

Myheritage Family Tree Builder I love MyHeritage Family Tree Builder's hour glass view that can adjust from just one generation above and below the focus person to three generations. This eliminates the need for separate person, pedigree, and descendant views. There is a handy list for navigation just to the left which can be expanded or retracted out of the way. 

MyHeritage automatically checks for possible duplicates when entering people. This feature mitigates the absence of a merge duplicate people tool. Good tree consistency checker.

A button appears next to the place entry field when clicked will offer suggestions from similar places already appearing in your database. A pop-up calendar is available when entering dates. 

Reports can be saved to HTML format. Supports a direct upload to the MyHeritage web site but no other independent web site creation. Imports Family Tree Legends as well as GEDCOM format files.

MyHeritage supports multiple parent relationships, e.g. adoptive. Same sex marriage is supported and both partner's are labeled as "husband" or "wife" depending on sex. Same sex parents are also suported. Marriage is assumed for parents but can be changed to another type of status such as Friends, Engaged, or Other. Gender need not be specified for parents or married couples, e.g. a marriage can be entered for J. Roe and A. Smith with both listed as unknown gender and "husband."

No place or individual person reports. 

There is no context sensitive help available but the PDF format manual is very helpful.

Launches a browser window and displays nag screens when options unavailable in the free version are selection. Registration adds your email to several mailing lists. Some features (e.g. Profiles) require syncing to

RootsMagic EssentialsRootsMagic Essentials has a variety of source templates based on Elizabeth Shown Mills Evidence.  I was able to open multiple databases or the same database multiple times and display them side by side.

Supports multiple parent relationships, e.g. adoptive.  However, all parent relationships assume that the parents are married. Happily I was able to enter a gender neutral relationship for the parents of a child. However, one of the women was denoted the father and the other as the mother.  I'd prefer to be able to list both as parent, both as mother, or the actual mother as mother and the other as parent.  Supports multiple aliases.

The reports and charts produced by RootsMagic are generally better in appearance than the other programs listed here.  Place, citation, to-do list, and narrative reports are supported. Bibliographies are available for some reports. Saving reports to other file formats is disabled in the free version--viewing and printing is allowed. There is no option to hide living people or events for living folks and no option to exclude private notes in reports.

I like the copy and paste citation functionality. There is no optional surety assesment for citations. There is no relationship calculator.

RootsMagic displays a nagging splash screen at every start up requiring the user to chose between the free and the Full version. This is immediately followed with a RootsMagic News screen. Many menu choices are not functional in the free version but I do appreciate that they are highlighted in a reddish color.

Related Products and Links
GEDViewGEDView is a portable viewer for GEDCOM files. Save your GEDCOM to a USB drive with this utility and you'll never be without access to your research. Provides name listing, individual screen, and pop up pedigree, descendant, Mitochondrial DNA, and Y Chromosome views.
Ged2WebGed2Web converts GEDCOM files to HTML files for uploading to a website. More features than PAF but either Legacy, Gramps, or ScionPC produce better formatted web sites. If you don't want to install Legacy, Gramps, or ScionPC then you might try this utility.
GeneaQuilts"GeneaQuilts is a new visualization technique for representing large genealogies of up to several thousand individuals. The visualization takes the form of a diagonally-filled matrix, where rows are individuals and columns are nuclear families. The system includes an overview, a timeline, search and filtering components, and a new interaction technique called Bring & Slide that allows fluid navigation in very large genealogies." I suggest watching the demonstration video if you're interested in trying this program.

AncestryThe Ancestry Android and Ipad Apps offer a mobile method for accessing your family trees.

Horizontal pedigree chart with individual and family displays that can shown at the right side. Displays, adds, and edits individuals and events. Easy to search by name. Can add photos to the tree. With internet connection, edits are posted to, locations are prompted, and can be searched. Location aware devices can also supply current city for event location.

Does not support sources. No descendant, people, or place list view. No bookmarks or history list of viewed people.

Requires (free or paid) registration.

Find Grave (beta)Find Grave (beta) Android App offers a mobile method for searching for cemeteries and memorials. Add a memorial if you are registered at

Requires internet connection.

Quick Selection Guide

Legacy Standard
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Good web site creation support. Internet searches. Merge and search & replace features for people, places, sources, repositories, etc.
Does not support same sex parents or same sex marriages. PDF reports are not supported. Multiple names supported but not searchable. Nags when unavailable menu items are selected.
67.6 MB
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Feature limited freeware
There is no portable version of this product available.
"Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows ME*, Windows 98*, Windows NT, Windows 2000. (Legacy also runs great on newer Macs with Windows installed under Crossover, Bootcamp, Parallels or Fusion . Legacy also runs on Linux machines with a Windows emulator like Crossover, VMWare or Sun's Virtual Box) Note: Runs on both 32bit and 64bit Windows platforms."

Win 98, and Win Me need all available Microsoft Service Packs installed.

Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Supports same sex marriages & parents. The best location and date support of tested programs. Supports several languages & full Unicode.
No foot or end notes on family group report.
51.1 MB
32 and 64 bit versions available
Open source freeware
A portable version of this product is available but not from the developer.
Gramps currently runs on Linux, MAC OS X, and Windows. Guides for installation on all three (plus BSD and Solaris) are available.
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Portable. No gender constraints. Date range support. Can create a web site. Individual view. Pop-up calendar. Multiple marriages, parents, and alternate names.
Only one source format. Only one citation per event. No book print function. No private notes.
7 MB
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Unrestricted freeware
This product is portable.
ScionPC has been confirmed to run on Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit). It should run on any other "32-bit" Windows such as 95, 98, NT3 (or later), but this has not currently been confirmed. It has been reported to run happily in Kubuntu Linux using Wine, so should also run on most Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Solaris distributions using Wine.
MyHeritage Family Tree Builder
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Hour glass view adjustable from one to three generations. Checks for duplicate people. Pop-up calendar. Supports multiple marriages and parents. Supports unmarried parents. Supports same sex marriages and parents. Supports multiple names. Supports free syncing of up to 250 people (not selectable from program) with personal website. Supports searches in free & paid database collections.
Opens MyHeritage web site on every program start. Nags when encountering feature limits. Only one source format. No merge tools. No individual report. No context sensitive help. No date calculator; e.g. can't calculate birth date from death date & age at death. Some features (e.g. Profiles) require syncing to
35.2 MB
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Feature limited freeware
There is no portable version of this product available.
RootsMagic Essentials
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Source templates. Place and citation list reports. Supports multiple marriages, multiple parents, and unmarried parents. Supports same sex parents but labels say Father & Mother. Copy & paste citations. Nice looking reports. Supports multiple names. Optional surety assessment. Nice method of indicating which functions are not supported in free version.
Nags at start with a splash screen. Reports cannot be saved to other file formats. No book print function. No private notes. No relationship calculator.
26.3 MB + 68 MB optional place database
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Feature limited freeware
There is no portable version of this product available.
Runs under Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2000
Brother's Keeper
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Automatically checks for duplicate people. Supports multiple names, marriages, and parents. Supports same sex marriage. Supports same sex parents but labels are Father/Mother.
No date formatting. No people list. No pictures or other media. Reports cannot be saved to other formats. No bookmarks.
14 MB
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Feature limited freeware
There is no portable version of this product available.
Brother's Keeper 6.6 will run with Windows Vista and Windows 7 and 8
Ancestral Quest Basics
Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Automatically searches RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project and in the background and displays number of matches. Performs individual Internet searches of,, and (some types of search available only with paid version).
Nags with each startup and whenever a feature available only in paid version is selected. Does not support incestual or same gender relationships. Only search by name is supported. Bookmarks and history of people viewed is not supported.
35 MB
32 bit but 64 bit compatible
Feature limited freeware
There is no portable version of this product available.
Runs on the Microsoft Windows logo Windows operating system. It is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and XP.

Internet connection and browser required for internet search functions.

Quick Selection Guide-Mobile

Runs as a stand-alone program on a user's computer
Horizontal pedigree chart with individual and family displays that can shown at the right side. Display, add, and edit individuals and events. Easy to search by name. Add photos to the tree. With internet connection, edits are posted to, locations are prompted, and can be searched. Location aware devices can also supply current city for event location.
Does not support sources. No descendant, people, or place list view. No bookmarks or history list of viewed people.
Android 1.1.116 / Ipad 3.1.2
Unrestricted freeware
This product is portable.
Android 2.1 and up or iOS 4.0 or later.

Requires (free or paid) registration.

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by vandamme on 6. December 2014 - 13:27  (120008)

Gramps is up to version 4.1.1. I found some bugs in ver.3 and I see they've been fixed.It's in the repositories of openSUSE and Ubuntu so install is quick & EZ in Linux.

by okrick on 6. December 2014 - 22:00  (120014)

That version is still in beta. I'll review it when it gets released.

by Figmo on 2. November 2014 - 15:44  (119436)

Gramps: Kaspersky flagged as containing PDM:Trojan.Win32Bazona.a on download.

by vandamme on 4. December 2014 - 14:54  (119962)

You have to watch where you get software when you run Windows. Get it right from the Gramps Project, not a "freeware site". And antivirus programs have a lot of false positives.
I run Linux, and usually get apps right from the distro repositories so I know they're clean.

Gramps is probably the only open source genealogy program, so deserves support. It runs great in openSUSE (KDE based) and Mint (Debian/Ubuntu/Gnome3 based). No fooling around with Wine or VM.

by AWB on 24. July 2014 - 23:25  (117563)

I have used MyHeritage Family Tree Builder for years. I HATE the nag "Feature" that I can't seem to turn off. I NEVER want to publish to the web.

I'm looking to replace FTB because now I can no longer create a book report. Not unless I buy a third party software package. What part of FREE doesn't MyHeritage understand. FREE MEANS I DON'T HAVE TO PAY TO USE!!!!!

Looks like I will have to try Legacy Standard. I hope I can export/import my data.

by threetandy on 21. January 2014 - 9:28  (113818)

I use Legacy but when using the Individual report Legacy is not consistent with the numbering system. For example I use the d'Aboville numbering. When printing Individual reports for a random person, Legacy allocates number 1 against that individual and not the relevant d'Aboville number. Any suggestions? Is there a program out there that overcomes this?

by okrick on 7. February 2014 - 6:53  (114297)

As far as I know all Genealogical systems using numerals begin the tree with either the Arabic numeral 1 or the Roman numeral I. So printing a report for a single individual the Genealogical numbering system would always be 1 or I regardless of the program.

If the object is to print a descendant report in smaller bits then a reference field or custom tag could approximate the numbering system but the appropriate d'Aboville number would need to be manually entered. In Legacy, the Title Pre field would provide a doable workaround and would appear in the proper placement on some reports. The down side with using a field is the need to be updated for each ancestor. If tags are used instead, then a custom tag could be created for each ancestor but tags are unlikely to appear properly on the report.

by mapsacro on 20. December 2013 - 3:35  (113053)

Thank you very much for this review (and all other reviews).

One thing that is missed in this review is multiple language support for data entry. I need to enter non-Western encoded characters (Chinese in my case). I was very excited to try Legacy because of all the features, only to find out the characters entered all translate to "??" marks. This rendered the application useless for me. I tried Gramps next and it did beautifully with Chinese entry. It even took me to the right place in "OpenStreetMap" based on a location which was entered in Chinese. I haven't tried other applications down the line yet as I'll work with Gramps now to see how it goes. I will miss Legacy's intuitive interface but the lack of the language feature was a deal breaker for me.

Perhaps an update to the Pros and Cons about languages supported for each software would help others.

by okrick on 20. December 2013 - 5:58  (113054)

Thank you for your comments.

I may add something about language support claims. However, I'm unqualified to judge whether the support is real. I'll seriously consider your recommendation.

by spaarks on 22. September 2013 - 15:18  (110922)

Sadly Personal Ancestral File is no longer available from the LDS Familysearch site. It is still available elsewhere as is the (essential) PAF Companion, but the latter no longer seems to accept the security PIN.

by okrick on 23. September 2013 - 21:46  (110962)

I had noticed that they were no longer supporting PAF but it was still available as a download at the time of my last revision.

Thank you for letting me know. I'll remove this program from my recommendations.

by Outspoken1 on 18. July 2013 - 0:57  (109353)

I have been using Legacy Family Tree for the past 5 years. It does support same sex marriage and same sex parents. You just have to turn off the 'warning' of this 'error' in the Customize menu.

[Commercial version feature comment removed]

by okrick on 19. July 2013 - 22:00  (109413)

I looked for the "warning" you described in the Customize menu. I can't find it.

It is not a "warning" that prevents adding a same sec spouse or parent. The menu options for adding those people is greyed out, e.g. add wife is greyed out when a female is displayed. If add a husband is selected then the sex defaults to male with female greyed out.

Please describe the step by step process for adding a same sex spouse and parent.

by George.J on 15. July 2013 - 12:39  (109259)

"Opens MyHeritage web site on every program start. Nags when encountering feature limits."

Haven't downloaded MyHeritage Family Tree builder, but the the homepage shows that there is no adware, spyware or evil-ware included with the product. Is it feature-limited, because I can't see that too

by Anupam on 16. July 2013 - 18:31  (109316)

If there are no extra third-party things bundled with the software, then the site is correct in saying that there are no adware, spyware, or evil-ware included.

However, a nag screen is different. Having a nag screen does not make the program a spyware, or adware. It makes it a nagware. So, what is written by the editor is correct in the QSG.

These things should be discussed in the Editor's Forum anyways.

by okrick on 15. July 2013 - 17:03  (109279)

Yes, it is feature limited. My comments and ratings are based on the actual features available in the free version.

There is a comment in the Quick Selection guide for all of the products to indicate whether they are feature limited versions of commercial products.

by George.J on 16. July 2013 - 6:35  (109296)

Yes I did see that in the QSD, but the site here: states that the product doesn't include any kind of adware etc, as opposed to the cons in the QSD. Also I can't find any Pro version of the software anywhere on the site, if the free was feature limited.

I might be wrong, I still have to test the product.

Edit: Ok, I did find the premium version, which is the link that's been pointed to in the QSD

by okrick on 16. July 2013 - 18:17  (109315)

Sorry, I have no control over the claims the company makes on its web site. I agree that all of the feature limited versions of commercial software listed here contain adware.

To avoid adware, I suggest using one of the programs listed as "Unrestricted freeware" in the QSD.

For me, clicking the QSD link launched the free version download page. On that page, clicking the link just below the "Free Download" link ("We also have a Premium version for more powerful features") opens a window that says "To get the Premium Family Tree Builder, start with the free download. You can upgrade later from the program itself." Upgrades to commercial versions are out of scope for this website.

by NotSoSure on 2. July 2013 - 19:11  (108920)

Thanks for the reply, okrick. I am using IE 10 as my browser, and when I click on the Quick Selection Guide link, I am only taken as far down as the ScionPC discussion. Also, please note that I'm not sure from the discussion which free program gets the highest rating or which programs work well with the 64 bit version of Windows.

by Anupam on 2. July 2013 - 19:15  (108921)

I tried with IE10 on my Windows 8 PC, and the Quick Selection Guide is working fine. Tried with Firefox too. All fine here. Maybe some add-on interfering?

by NotSoSure on 2. July 2013 - 19:33  (108922)

Disabled all IE 10 add-ons; link issue remains. In fact, just noted another issue. After clicking the link, along the right side of the narrative, I see small specks of icons. If I put my cursor on the specks, the say things like "version," "product type," "pros," "cons," etc. When I return to that page, the specks are missing until I click on the poorly working Quick Selection Guide link again.

However, I'm less interested in fixing the link issue and more interested about how the free programs in the discussion are rated compared to others and which will work well with 64 bit Windows 7?

by okrick on 3. July 2013 - 4:36  (108930)

The stars in the Quick Selection Guide show their relative rating compared with the others.

All the programs worked well with 64 bit Windows 7. All of them are actually designed for a 32 bit system.

by Anupam on 2. July 2013 - 20:20  (108924)

Seems like the page might not be loading right for some reason. Try clearing cache, history, temp files, etc, and then try again. Or, use another browser.

by NotSoSure on 2. July 2013 - 20:31  (108925)

Using latest version of Firefox solved the problem; all ratings appear and Quick Selection Guide link works perfectly. I will have to play with IE10 to see if I can figure out it's issue.

by Jorjab on 1. July 2013 - 18:35  (108884)

Re: Legacy Standard free
Gizmo says
"Source templates, research guidance, place list, to-do list, Focus groups. Creates web sites. Merge feature for people, places, sources, repositories, etc. Many report and chart types including narrative, citation list, to do, and DNA. Internet searches. Polygamous and sequential multiple marriages and incestuous relationships are supported. Supports multiple names but can't search them."

Legacy says that "research Guidance" only available in the paid version. "Dna" markers also only in paid version, I did not research any further re comparisons of other features only in the Paid version

by okrick on 1. July 2013 - 21:28  (108891)

Good catch. You are absolutely correct. The language was partially left over from last years review. I must have lifted some of Legacy's narration without double checking that it was actually present in the free version. I revisited the other claims and they are present in the free version.

I corrected my narrative. Neither of these issues is significant enough to modify my rating.



by NotSoSure on 1. July 2013 - 12:36  (108875)

Just read this today and wondered why several of the discussed software packages never made it to the ratings and compatible operating software part of the article (Quick Selection Guide)? Also the Quick Selection Guide link early in the article takes us to a spot mid-discussion rather than to the start of the guide.

by okrick on 1. July 2013 - 17:10  (108883)

Sorry about that.

This time I used an off line html editor to make my changes. When I pasted the results back online I noticed that many of the links and images vanished. I hope I've found all of the missing issues. I vow to never edit these articles off line again.

The Quick Selection Guide link took me to the start of the guide in Firefox, Chrome, and IExplore. Please try it again and let me know exactly where the link lands you. Also it might be helpful to know which browser you're using.


by pjpw on 25. May 2013 - 8:48  (108023)

I should have mentioned in my previous post that I am using the portable version of Gramps but surely this would not make a difference to the relationship situation for cousins. As much as I love open source software I do detest having to download and install separate software components in order to allow Gramps to run. That is why I downloaded the portable version.

by okrick on 2. June 2013 - 17:40  (108222)

The Gramps Kinship Report lists cousins of all degrees and removals. It even indicats the direction of the removal. I used the all in one windows installed version instead of the portable version.

Since my last review, Gramps has prominently listed all in one installers on its site.

During my previous reviews, it seemed to me that the all in one installers were independent projects of one of their developers. I felt much more space at the time was devoted to the differing versions of Gramps and to informing potential users of how to get and install the various software components. I'm glad to see that has apparently changed.

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