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 ====== History of PediTree ====== ====== History of PediTree ======
  
-Pedigree Software first developed the personal Genealogy Program **Pedigree** in 1987 for MSDOS and 360Kb floppy disks. {{ :​pedigree-software:​pedigref_screen.gif?​200|click for larger image}} With this program, Pedigree Software led the way in providing for Source citations, with more specfic Source material, such as Censuses, than even the latest GEDCOM standard encourages. It also introduced a special language to determine how information is displayed on the screen or in printed output. The latest version of this program (2.6N) is still in use and can be run under modern versions of Windows. ​+Pedigree Software first developed the personal Genealogy Program **Pedigree** in 1987 for MSDOS and 360Kb floppy disks. {{ :​pedigree-software:​pedigref_screen.gif?​direct@200|click for larger image}} With this program, Pedigree Software led the way in providing for Source citations, with more specfic Source material, such as Censuses, than even the latest GEDCOM standard encourages. It also introduced a special language to determine how information is displayed on the screen or in printed output. The latest version of this program (2.6N) is still in use and can be run under modern versions of Windows. ​
  
 To start taking advantage of the introduction of Windows on personal computers, first **PediView** was released for Windows 3.1. It was developed to provide many of the features of Pedigree; in fact, most of the images on this site were produced by a version of PediView. Subsequently,​ the advent of 32-bit versions of Windows with Windows 95 prompted the introduction of **PediTree** and the obsolescence of PediView. To start taking advantage of the introduction of Windows on personal computers, first **PediView** was released for Windows 3.1. It was developed to provide many of the features of Pedigree; in fact, most of the images on this site were produced by a version of PediView. Subsequently,​ the advent of 32-bit versions of Windows with Windows 95 prompted the introduction of **PediTree** and the obsolescence of PediView.
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