Windows Full VersionMay 14, 2014

Free WonderFox Document Manager (100% discount)

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  • Developed by WonderFox Soft, Inc.
  • Version is v1.2
  • Download size is 4.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/47

WonderFox Document Manager is an all in one documents management program. With it, you can manage your daily office documents conveniently. You can list and backup all target electronic documents in a short time, instead of searching and backup them one by one. You can protect your office documents by Lock, Hide and Encryption to to prevent accidental deletion or protect your privacy.

This giveaway has no free updates. Get WonderFox Document Manager with free lifetime updates for lifetime free updates and other perks, like ability to install whenever you want and home + business use.

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  1. Nikolai

    Reply to this comment#12

    Hi everybody
    Hi Bobby

    It is not that English is not my first language and my comment didn’t come out opposite to what intended. It is just that I was making jokes not ABOUT but WITH WonderFox, that is, what you can call petting.
    I intended to be too serious and formal and to use such “ringing” words I used to amuse myself knowing that some reader might come the conclusion you mentioned.

    For some reasons beyond my current understanding, recognition, philosophical, political, geographic, social, religious and geological orientations and beyond my control, I find great happiness, joy, pleasure, self-confidence, a sense that all my sins were forgiven and all my dead beloved ones were resurrected and freedom and more when I do such a “petting”. And when I do this petting I enjoy the happiness of the fact that I had left a nice comment, If not in somebody’s eyes, in my own eyes.

    As for our dear precious MS, it/she/he is excluded from what I mentioned above about joking and petting. When I say something about it/her/him then I am serious.
    I’m not going to add any words about it/her/him because it/she/he does not deserve even mentioning its/her/his name.

    N.B. In medicine MS stands for “Multiple Sclerosis”, a paralyzing, incurable, fatal disease which affects the brain, what a coincidence!!

    Merry MS

  2. Zoe

    Reply to this comment#11

    This hide files is not changing the file’s properties.
    Please have a try.

  3. Zoe

    Reply to this comment#10


    Good suggestion, we will add a resizable window on next version.

  4. bobby

    Reply to this comment#9

    the program has to have administrator privileges to do the task that it promises to do … such as hide files.
    I assume that it is done by changing the file’s attributes.

    I suspect English is not your first language as I think part of your comment came out opposite of what you intended.

    Bobby Ray in Sun City California

    As for M$ … I have no love for them and their monopoly as they systematically have gained market share in
    all areas of interest by their activities that injure their competitors. I also remember that they sold me a thousand
    copies of Dos 4 which was terrible operating system just weeks before they released Dos 5. Before I took delivery
    I cancelled the order and they sued me for $45000. If I had not been the newsletter editor of two Computer User Groups
    which interacted with dozens of others, they would never have dropped the law suit.

    M$ did the same thing to their competition but in different ways than Lotus 123 did to Visicalc … maybe before your time?

    Remember Word Perfect? Controlling the OS and changing the system regularly while introducing “updated” versions
    of Office greatly led to the fall of WP. I loved WP … they were so responsive to user needs … before Novell bought them.
    As a WP dealer I could count on rapid solution to problems and there were lots in the days before hardware became more
    standardized and programs more closely conformed to DOS.

    As for Windows …. version 3.1 was the first that worked and it doubled in price when the previously free Internet Explorer was included. Hardware has greatly decreased in price and greatly increased in performance but I still can not buy an OEM copy of windows for less than $70 …. WHY? no real competition! As for the original DOS … lots of dirty deeds in getting that monopoly and a few fortuitous events and some really stupid moves by Digital Research. M$ hired away the fellow that created the wonderful Z-Dos from Heath Zenith and we got DOS … When there were other versions of DOS available I was able to purchase the fully compatible Falcon Dos 3.3 for $15 in single quantities and less in bulk. It worked great but M$ shut him down but not for breaking any laws as he had every right to do what he was doing.

    Bobby in Sun City who only has M$ free products or windows XP and & on computers which had it on them when purchased.
    SharewareOnSale has given me almost every other product free that I might have wanted to purchase. I am looking for a powerful free CAD program that is AutoDesk Compatible. I am starting to learn the Google developed Sketchit. years ago I used Turbo Cad from Intuit but when it crashed my files Intuit … gave me ZERO help and I was one of their dealers. Good bye Intuit. I have not sold or purchased any product from them now for 25 years. In the early days Intuit’s Quicken crashed all the time and the copy protection on their software made it challenging to repair the problems that resulted.

  5. Nikolai

    Reply to this comment#8

    Hi everybody, Hi dear WonderFox

    Thank you very much Bobby for your enlightening explanation.

    WonderFox owes me an apology for my making that fierce, unjust, unjustified, uncivilized, ignorant, impolite, nasty, unsubstantiated, empty, useless, distorted, inconsistent attack out of ignorance, bad judgment and vanity.

    I also want to apologize to WF Document Manager for accusing it of being shy, timid, isolated, etc.
    It turned out that the poor program’s setup file just wanted me to run it as administrator not as a mere nobody human being according to the instructions of MSC (Microsoft Supreme Court), of which I am completely ignorant because I used to use an older different Windows from that I am using now, because of course, as we all know, Microsoft has many “Windowses”.

    As you may know, Microsoft does its best to implement newer more sophisticated and interesting features in any new Window of its Windowses, one of them, aside from the blue and yellow shield mark that hang itself from practically all desktop shortcuts (icons), one of them is the “Run as Administrator”, which practically means you (the user) and only you is the administrator of your own PC, that is, you are free to administrate.

    I don’t want to be misunderstood, I don’t hate Microsoft from the bottom of my heart as many might think, it is just what you can call a slight difference in point of views. All what I typed in the lines above was what you can call creative constructive criticism.

    Microsoft is like a mother to me (or if it is masculine, a God Father, exactly as Marlon Brando to Al Pacino).
    It is not that I like or love it/her/him, I adore it/her/him to the extent that if it/she/he is, God forbids, were to be washed by a flood like that of Noah, I shall, may God wishes, feel deeply sorry.

    I hope that I have left a nice comment.

    Merry run as administrator to you all.

  6. Bob

    Reply to this comment#7

    where do I find a registration number for the opening screen? thanks

  7. bobby

    Reply to this comment#6

    Nikolai – you misunderstood all of those notices – first when it said to right click it meant close the present intall process then find the install program from where ever it was saved, then right click that file and from the pop up menu select the run as administrator option. The program gives you an install directory option it is being generous and like most windows installer programs can create the suggested directory.

    As to how the probram operates … I have not started it yet as I have not seen the license number I need to use to install it. I looked once but Now I will look again to see what we have had made available to us by Mr. Boss.

  8. MrBub

    Reply to this comment#5

    Installed it but was very disappointed with the GUI. The program only took up around 25% of my screen so I tried to make it it bigger…but no such thing. After that I wanted to change the width of the columns in the program, but taht was not allowed either. I also wanted to have the path to each file as a column (since you can only see the active file in the bottom right corner) but that can’t be done.
    So, this will be uninstalled after clicking “Submit Comment”

  9. Philx

    Reply to this comment#4

    [@Nikolai] Thanks for the heads-up, Nikolai. It certainly saves a lot of folks a lot of time. I’m drawn to the realisation that the reason why the developer is called WonderFox is because this sure is one fox that makes you wonder what it thinks it’s doing.

  10. Sandy Coulter

    Reply to this comment#3

    When I saw it was called a document manager, I hoped it could be a replacement for paperport. I am disappointed to read the full description. Why would anyone need or want this?

  11. Nikolai

    Reply to this comment#2

    Hi nice people
    I have to tell you that this program is the strangest program I have ever installed.
    1.In the first step of installation, the installer tells me that “we” (they) have noticed that “you” (I) didn’t logon as administrator, something that compromise some functions of the program. They ask me to right-click the installer to solve this problem. When I do this nothing happens at all.
    2.I ignore all this and click “next” to continue and what do I find?
    The installer tells me that it is going to install the program in D:\WonderFox!
    Knowing that I can go back any time during the installation, I clicked “next” out of curiosity, and the installer tells me that D:\WonderFox do not exist, “do you want to create it ?”
    What a kind installer to give me advices, solve my problem and ask me for my permission to threw the program away from the place where its fellows reside!
    Most probably this company develop shy programs, so shy that they retreat from even getting acquainted with others in C:\Program Files, they need not only need a different folder but a completely different partition.
    Where would the installer have hided its program from others in an un-partitioned disk to protect its precious tendency for loneliness and solitude, I wonder.
    I suggest that the developing company keep the installer hidden, that is, user can see nothing except a “next” button, no “I agree” no “back”, then keeps whatever files or folder the program has in a hidden encrypted folder.
    Moreover, there should be no start menu existence of the program.
    True user will never be able to install the poor, shy, lonely program, but they can just delete the desktop icon and forget about it all.
    This is even much better, the program will not just be invisible as it whishes but also forgotten altogether.
    Lastly, and in order not to be misunderstood, I must emphasize that I am not angry and that I am not joking.
    Thanks a lot.
    Merry shy programs for all users.


    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    I haven’t looked at it yet, but I hope it’s improved since last year.
    The comments are not kind.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

Technical Details

  • Developed by WonderFox Soft, Inc.
  • Version is v1.2
  • Download size is 4.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/47