osCommerce Manager will allow you to organize online store products. osCommerce Manager is a Windows application to quickly and effectively manage your osCommerce online store. You can add, delete and update your products, categories and manufacturers, automatically upload your product images while editing products, categories, manufacturers, view reports, orders, export/import products, backup/restore database, manage product attributes, manage global store settings.
All this from your desktop computer. Version 3.6.7 build 1074 includes unspecified updates.
What's new in this version: Version 3.6.7 build 1074 includes unspecified updates.
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