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FileMaker FileMaker Pro 12

FileMaker Pro 12

While databases are not everybody’s cup of tea or coffee for that matter, they can fulfil a useful task in keeping your data organised.

FileMaker Pro has a long and slightly unusual pedigree.  It is not often that you get a product developed by an Apple company (Claris) for the Windows platform (QuickTime being one exception).  I can still remember my initial introduction to the first version of this database software.  However it was not until version 3 of the product that I started using FileMaker Pro as my database software.  In those days the product was supplied on three HD 3.5-inch floppy disks.