I promised a review of Encyclopedia Britannica, the Family edition.
It cost me a mere $10, but I have to say, that I’m highly disappointed. First off, the disc wouldn’t even work in the DVD Burner I have. I should have at least read the disc, which would have been able to install it.
All in all, I think it would have been a pleasant experience, if I was able to install it. It says, “WIN/MAC CD Rom Software. Included on the disc are 25,000+ articles, 2,700 images/maps/videos, and a Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary & Thesaurus.
And yes, it works with Windows 7 witch is what I’m using. I just checked the back of the box to make sure. Which I’m almost certain I did so at the purchase of the software.
Despite the fact this journey was slightly disappointing, I’ll continue to purchase and review budget games & software. Provided that they actually work. Up next? Sim City 4 and I know it works, because I bought it back when it was still $20, though you can now get it for $10. Yet, the $20 includes an expansion pack.
Keep an eye out for the next review. Is there a software or game you’d like me to review? Make a suggestion below, as long as it’s under $20.
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