Free finance software worth £16 for all of our readers
It's never been more important to keep track of your finances and budgets. Computeractive has teamed up with Abelssoft to offer all of our readers a copy of Abelssoft MoneyFox 2012, worth £16!
To download your copy now, click here to go to the Abelssoft website page.The download should start automatically so select the option to save it to your computer, either the Downloads folder or Desktop are fine, just so long as you can find it later. Double-click on the downloaded file to start the installation program. It's only about 24MB so it won't take long.
Registration is required to run MoneyFox but it won't cost you a penny. Enter your name and email address in the window that appears when you start MoneyFox for the first time. Click on the button 'Get free unlock code now'.
Check your email for the unlock code from Abelssoft. Don't forget to check the spam folder if it doesn't arrive; sometimes registration emails can be caught by over-zealous spam filters.
Copy and paste the unlock code from your email into the Registration window and click on Unlock now.
MoneyFox 2012 has a profile wizard to help get you started that includes a video introduction.
Click on Next and enter a profile name and a password. The latter will make sure that your personal details are safe, even if someone manages to access your files. Choose an icon for your account and click on Next.
UK Pound Sterling should be already selected as the default currency so click on Next again and then Create profile.
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