Who Do You Think You Are Family Tree Maker Version 4
Why not find out about your family history with Who Do You Think You Are? Family Tree Maker, the official PC software of the BBC television series. With Who Do You Think You Are? you can easily build up a complete picture of your family history, starting with just a few basic facts about you and your family.
Version 4 of the Who Do You Think You Are? Family Tree Maker has everything you need to research and create your family tree on a PC. The software automatically searches Ancestry.co.uk, the UK's largest collection of family history records online, helping you track down information on distant relatives. You can then bring your family history to life by creating a whole host of trees, charts, reports and even albums to share with family and friends. It also includes video clips and family trees from all 6 BBC TV series of Who Do You Think You Are?
Windows XP SP2/Vista or Windows 7
1 GHz Intel Pentium III (or equivalent)
460 MB for installation
512 MB of RAM
32x CD/CD-R drive (required for installation)
1024x768 resolution monitor
All online features require internet access
Who Do You Think You Family Tree Maker lets you easily:
Organise and store your family history securely and conveniently on your PC
Add photos, documents, audio and video files into your tree
Search for information on Ancestry.co.uk and import it directly into your family tree
Create a wide variety of charts and reports to share with your family
View timelines that show your ancestors’ lives in historical context
Explore the places your ancestors once lived using dynamic maps
* 1 MONTH FREE ESSENTIALS MEMBERSHIP TO ANCESTRY.CO.UK
Note: The Ancestry.co.uk subscription offer requires product registration and activation with a valid credit card. You can cancel your subscription before the end of the trial period by calling or emailing Ancestry.com. This software integrates seamlessly with Ancestry.co.uk™, allowing you to easily access the UK’s largest collection of online family history records, with over 820 million names!
Census records including the 1841 – 1901 censuses for England, Scotland and Wales
Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes from 1837 to 2005 for England and Wales
Military records including British Army WW1 Records
Newspapers and periodicals
The British Phone Books 1880 1984
Deeds, court documents and wills
This product has not yet been reviewed.