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Full Specifications

What's new in version 21.0.0.529

Version 21.0.0.529 features TreeSync: access and update your family tree anytime and anywhere. When you link a desktop and online tree together, you can update either tree and then synchronize those changes into the other tree. Other new features include: combined family view, simplified interface for upgrades, improved Smart Stories, more chart options, new reports, new and updated help and tutorials.

General

Publisher Ancestry
Publisher web site http://www.ancestry.com
Release Date September 06, 2011
Date Added April 13, 2012
Version 21.0.0.529

Category

Category Educational Software
Subcategory Genealogy Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7
Additional Requirements None

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File Size Not Available
File Name External File

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Total Downloads 22,226
Downloads Last Week 24

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License Model Purchase
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Price $39.99
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