Zekira Runs on Macs and PCs
Zekira is designed to run on Macs and PCs. It will run on systems with as little as 1 GB of memory, but we recommend 4 GB or more
if you're building a large index (otherwise the program may run slowly). Disk requirements vary depending on the number of files you
are indexing, and what's in them. Typically, indexing about 100,000 business files will translate to a several gigabyte index.
Zekira is optimized for use in English. It can index documents written in a wide variety of languages, but Zekira also does a lot of
content analysis to identify related documents, and all of that is tuned for English at this time.
Our goal is to eventually make Zekira compatible with everything on your computer or online. But we can't do it all at once, so we're
starting with the most popular file types used to save business information on Macs and PCs, because that's where the biggest
personal file archives are today. File types indexed by Zekira 1.0 will include at least:
Microsoft Outlook for Windows archives (.PST and .OST files: messages, events, contacts, and notes). WIndows Outlook
archives can be read even if they’re stored on a Mac.
Image files (JPEG, GIF, and PNG)
Text and RTF files
HTML files (saved web pages)
We’re also working on Microsoft Outlook for Mac compatibility for Zekira 1.0, but can’t yet be certain that will make it into the first
release because it uses a different file format. If you have questions about our status on that or anything else please contact us.
We'll be happy to get feedback from anybody, but if you'd like to help us set our priorities for future features, the best thing to do is join
our mailing list (see below). We’ll be having an ongoing dialog with our beta testers about feature priorities.
Important. Because Zekira is not yet finished, we can't guarantee which features it will have, or that it will work in a particular
configuration. You have our promise that we will do our best to deliver all these features, but we can't guarantee that Zekira will work
on your computer, or that it will have all of the features that we describe above.
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How to learn more
Zekira is in private beta; we expect to ship later in 2012 It’s a big project being created by a small, self-funded team. If you join the
Zekira mailing list (see button below), we’ll update you on our progress and let you know when the application is available. We won’t
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