Four reasons not to delete the demo databases

1. Diagnostic purposes.

Used for diagnostic purposes. Support may ask you to do some tests against the demo databases.

2. Practise techniques.

Try out new features and unique features of the program. For example, a Group has been set up containing all the demonstration databases.

3. Follow examples.

Follow examples to see if you get the same results. There are examples on the website, tutorial videos and other documentation, as well as examples given in mailing lists by Support and other users.

4. Learn by example.

Learn from the databases crafted by the developers showing how the program deals with the modern, classic and ancient periods. For example, the Keipert demonstration database shows how it is possible to enter an individual (Johannes Keipert) who has no birth and death dates.

Related topics:

How to hide GenBases you do not use often.

Managing many GenBases in the program.

(2010 Jun 18)

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