Order the German Wikipedia for your handheld or notebook

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For several years since 2003 Wikipedia for TomeRaider was the only product on any handheld device that allowed you to browse the unabridged Wikipedia offline. I keep these pages for historical reference only.

Order the German Wikipedia for your handheld or notebook

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German Edition - Windows Mobile (= Pocket PC) & PC Windows
Text-Only
Content from Memory card File size Articles Images Image size File name
July 2007at least 2 Gb1.4 Gb649,489n.a.n.a. Free download WP_DE_(P)PC_TXT.tr3
 
Text & Images
Content from Memory card File size Articles Images Image size 30 Dollars 20 Euros File name
Jul 2007at least 4 Gb3.1 Gb663,310308,540240 Shop closed WP_DE_(P)PC_IMG.tr3
Download free sample
 

 You will also need a license for TomeRaider (shareware).

To browse the Wikipedia on your handheld you will need a large memory card.

(1) For files larger than 2 Gb: make sure your PC can handle this. If you use WIN2000 or XP with file system NTFS (default) you are OK. If in doubt, check your file system in File Explorer, by right clicking the drive icon and selecting Properties.

(2) Main differences between the version for Pocket PC/Windows and the version for Palm are: TomeRaider supports a wider set of html tags for Windows and Pocket PC than for the Palm OS. TR3 Palm misses html table support (tables will be shown but will look a bit unorganized) and also has no unicode support (no foreign language transcriptions and advanced math symbols).


Disclaimer: I am not responsible for the content of Wikipedia in any form. I do not guarantee 100% accurate rendition of the Wikipedia articles, but I have tried hard to come very near to that objective.

Questions or comments? Mail to Erik Zachte (Leiden, The Netherlands) at erikzachte@+++.com (nospam: read +++ as infodisiac).