Personal Finances Lite

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dkerkow
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Personal Finances Lite

#1 Post by dkerkow » Wed Jun 18, 2008 1:22 pm

Hy, there is an very good programm to manage one or more budgets. Can you assign it to the freeware-list?

Personal Finances Lite
is totally free and is to find under http://www.financessoftware.com

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#2 Post by cmmehl » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:06 am

Hy, there is an very good programm
Hy, people like you are called spammers. First post, and only to post a link of your own site.

No wait - we should call you a lyer, too - here you write:
Personal Finances Lite
is totally free
and on your site, we find: You can download Personal Finances and try it for free for 30 days

The site here is called portable freeware - go spam and cheat elsewhere.

No regards
Chris

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#3 Post by kuihdez » Thu Jun 19, 2008 2:21 pm

yup, hate those spammers...

give it a week or two for it to BECOME free. :)

hehehe

any ideas fellas ?

dkerkow
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it is free

#4 Post by dkerkow » Wed Jun 25, 2008 12:21 am

the programm is free in the lite version with no ending in 30 days. the programm is also available to buy and there are more functions.

the free version find you http://financessoftware.com/lite.html

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#5 Post by Baas » Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:09 am

The Free Portable Personal Finances Lite version is for U3 Smart drive only.

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#6 Post by tesro » Mon May 04, 2009 2:41 am

There's a pro(v3.5) and a free(3.3) version.
u3 and p.a.f. and a simple .zip file

http://www.financessoftware.com/

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Re: Personal Finances Lite

#7 Post by AlexShirokov » Mon Oct 27, 2014 3:36 pm

dkerkow is not Personal Finance Free owner. This is my project.

There are two versions Free and Pro. Free version is really free and portable (version for regular USB drive also available): http://www.alzex.com/download/free-version.html

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Re: Personal Finances Lite

#8 Post by Midas » Tue Oct 28, 2014 3:09 am

Hi, AlexShirokov, and thanks for visiting TPFC.

Personal Finance Free looks like an interesting project -- but on first look I find that without importing/exporting functionalities ("Import data from QIF, OFX, CSV or text files. Export to QIF, CSV (Excel) and text files."; see link above) it is pretty much useless for any serious user, as it would in fact be locking in that user's data.

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Re: Personal Finances Lite

#9 Post by AlexShirokov » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:02 am

Hi Midas,
Import/export feature available in Pro version only, yes. However all basic features included, the free version is lightweight, fast and well suitable for beginners. And you can export data using Pro version trial.

BTW, there are versions for Android and iOS too:
http://www.alzex.com/download/iphone-version.html
http://www.alzex.com/download/android-version.html
You can't sync data using Free version, but you can simple open file located in Dropbox and work with it directly.

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Re: Personal Finances Lite

#10 Post by webfork » Fri Nov 07, 2014 9:20 pm

Midas wrote:... it is pretty much useless for any serious user, as it would in fact be locking in that user's data.
Agree with Midas. Without an export function, it slides into liteware/demoware, where the free version is mostly just an intro.

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