ComputerWorld has published a review of Family Tree Builder genealogy software for Windows. (NOTE: This should not be confused with Family Tree Maker. These are two different programs.)
The free program can be used by itself as a standard genealogy program. However, it works best when used with the MyHeritage.com online site. The site is free for up to 250 family members or 250 megabytes of storage. Family Tree Builder's online service also works with free mobile apps (iPhone, iPad, and Android) to access your data online.
I did find it a bit strange that the review never mentioned where you can obtain the program, other than an indirect mention that the program works in conjunction with myheritage.com. In fact, you can learn more about Family Tree Builder, or download the free program, at http://www.myheritage.com/family-tree-builder.
The review, written by Clare Brandt, may be found at http://goo.gl/PCcy1.
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