Book Organizer Articles

  • Read E-book From Booknizer
  • Booknizer can be used to organize all sorts of books, including paper books, audio books, electronic books. If you have the latter, you may want to add them using the "From files and folders" option of the "Add book" dialog. The program will try to extact important information like title, author, and other details directly from the e-book files. Some formats are supported better than others, so you may prefer special e-book formats like EPUB, AZW, MOBI, FB2, etc.
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  • Home Page of Booknizer
  • As you start the book organizer, its home page is displayed. This article describes elements of the page.
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  • Book Contents
  • Booknizer has a number of predefined fields for saving information about books. If you download book details from the internet, some of the fields are filled out automatically...
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  • Information About Books In Different Languages
  • Booknizer can download information about books and authors in several languages. First of all, it is possible to download information from different online book databases...
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  • Book Series
  • A book series is normally a group of books that have something in common (for example, the same main hero / heroine, the same "universe", etc.). While each book may have its own unrelated title, all of them belong...
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  • Cataloging Books and ISBN
  • ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. It's a unique identifier, which means that every book has its own ISBN that is not repeated for any other book...
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  • Books and Editions
  • What we call book today may have different meanings. A book is a number of paper sheets bound together, with a paper or hard cover. A book is an Audio CD with a person or several persons telling a story....
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  • E-book Formats
  • Electronic books can be available in a number of formats. The most obvious one is plain text. Such files usually have the .txt filename extension and can be opened on any computer running any operating system...
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  • E-book vs Paper Book
  • The idea of an electronic book appeared somewhere in 1930s, but it took e-books several decades to become as popular as they are today.
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  • Books over the Air: Storage and Connectivity
  • How do you load books into the reader? The answer depends on where you obtain the books from. Are you planning to keep buying all your literature and periodicals from the bookstore that put its brand name on your reader, or do you download eBooks from the Internet more often than buying in-store? Depending on the answer, you may want to choose one model over another. Read more...
  • Types of eBook Reader Displays
  • There are many different types of eBook readers. Todays market is saturated with all kinds of models. There are LCD and eInk devices, color and monochrome, open and proprietary, with and without Wi-Fi, 3G and whatnot. Read more...
  • What Do People Use to Read
  • What do you use to read? In todays busy age, were reading at home and on the go. We can use different media. What paperback and iPhone have in common? We can use them for reading. Read more...