Bibleworks 10 Review Forthcoming

As a heads up to my readers, I wanted to let you know that soon I’ll be publishing a review of the recently-released Bibleworks 10. And I can use your help!

I’ve been a user of BW for about 4 years now, having purchased my first copy of BW9 whilst in seminary. Over the years, I’ve grown to love the program, and somehow have managed as a Mac user to resist the allure of Accordance, even now.

This has been easier since the release of BW10, because of two things: I can run the program natively on my Mac without losing any performance, and I can download the program directly from the Internet. Previous versions required the use of DVD’s, which are quickly going the way of cassette tapes; the rubbish bin.

What I want to ask you all to help me with is simple: post below in the comments, or send me an email, with a question or two or more that you would like to see answered regarding BW10. It can be anything, really. Obscure questions are especially welcomed. Just ask away, and I’ll do my best to include answers in my review.

Thanks!

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