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Average score 2.9 (based on 58 votes)

given by Innovative Sac on November 15, 2006

Kexi gives following as windows version

Limitations of Demo Version

* No guaranteed technical support (reports and questions are welcome though)
* Maximum of 5 objects of every type (table, query, form) allowed per database.
* MS Access tables import: 100 first rows (practically, in random order) is imported for every table. There is no limitations for the number of tables though.
* No documentation.

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

given by Anonymous on June 1, 2007

Free (Libre) only for Linux. Windows version is closed and commercial

given by 2417232 on June 4, 2007


given by Don Quilty on June 18, 2007

Windows version is commercial although cheap, no where near the functionality of Access or even Open Office's Base which is street ahead is streets ahead. It looks like Access or MYSQL for me.

given by Anonymous on June 19, 2007

Windows version is a commercial product. It has a clean graphic interface and if you want a simple database, it will do the job very well. It has very poor functionality and does not compare with MS Access as the company behind it suggests. It is a good product , but the promotional website is misleading.

given by Anonymous on July 10, 2007


given by Thai Van HaiBa on August 16, 2007

given by Anonymous on April 13, 2008

Very restricted functionality, not worth installing

given by Anonymous on April 18, 2008

how is this open-source? where can I download the source? anyone?

given by Anonymous on April 3, 2009

given by Anonymous on December 22, 2011

No way to download Windows version.

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