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Libre software to help remember visual and verbal facts.

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Revisaid allows you to enter information, including image files, then quizzes you on what you have entered. These quizzes can be saved for future use, and passed on to friends who may also find them useful.

It is currently supported on Windows and Linux 2.6+, but in theory should work on any machine with a Python interpreter (and wxPython) installed.

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  • Create quizzes to revise your own materials
  • Get ready-made quizzes from anyone else in the world
  • Save your work to come back later whenever you want
  • Tiny program! Less than 100kb
  • Resource light! After the first run-time, marvel at response times and start-up speeds


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Thai, Romanian, French, Italian, English, German, Japanese, Spanish, Russian

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Non-Profit Organizations, Education, Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

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