Family Historian 6 by Calico Pie
Family Historian 6 is the newest version of a genealogy software produce by Calico Pie, a London-based software house. It was founded by Simon Order in 1995. Need any Help you can visit our website genealogist Help or you can call us our number +1-800-566-7300.
Is the software available to purchase from family-historian.co.uk which lets users create a family tree of their history using an impressive, award winning interface? The versions 6.1 and 6.2 are available for no extra cost for owners of Family Historian 6. You can avail of a 30-day trial but after that, you have to purchase the software license to continue using it.
Pros and Cons
The list of features available in Family Historian 6 is a really long one. This genealogy software is pack with comprehensive features which make family trees very simple, fun, and detail.
It comes with a plethora of charts and diagrams which make for Smart Trees that are customizable. It allows you to not only upload pictures, music, and multimedia of a person but also link people to faces in pictures. Hints make it easier to find new relatives!
You can use maps, create books and booklets, CDs and videos of your trees and share them as you like. Family Historian 6 comes with automatic source citation and a very powerful query search engine. Lets you record witnesses in detail and also has a ‘How Related’ tool for users.
It supports various plug-ins and supports Unicode and accented characters. It has a find and replaces the top with the new web clipping tool available in the new 6th version. The multilevel redo/undo to make it even more efficient and easier to fix mistakes.
Family Historian 6 is only available for Windows Operating systems under Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, or Vista, on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. It is not compatible with Apple Mac – unless you run it under a Windows emulator.
It has a Quick Start Guide booklet in its box, to help users with the software interface. The Help option additionally is also extensive and context-sensitive. The F1 button takes the user straight to Help that is relevant to the current context in absence of a Help button.