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Shareware (Free to try)


16 Apr 2018


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Downloads: 18880

Platform: Windows (All Versions)

Review by George Norman (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 09 Jul 2010

The functionality some applications provide is obvious from said application’s name. If you run across an application like Something Video Converter, you know that application will convert videos from one format to another. The functionality some other applications provide is not obvious from the application’s name. The Crystal Office Systems-developed application Maple falls in this category.

So what can Maple do? Why to put it bluntly, this application allows any user out there to store information in a hierarchical structure. You can store documents, you can store notes, and you can store images. You can store as much data as you want because there is no limit to the database Maple creates. If you want you can store hundreds of images.

Speaking of things that have no limit, you can create an unlimited number of nodes and sub-nodes with Maple. Then you can assign any document you want to any particular node.

That’s not all that Maple can do. Here are the other bits and pieces you can expect this application to do:
- Maple comes with full rich text editing functions, meaning that you can edit documents from within this application.
- Maple provides drag and drop support. This means you can rearrange the Maple tree by simply dragging and dragging nodes to a different location. Speaking of the tree and its structure, you must know that you can create any tree structure you want.
- Maple comes with more than 100 built-in icons that you can use to mark nodes in the tree.
- With Maple you can insert, display, print, export, and print pictures and photos.
- You can expect Maple to run from external disks or portable storage devices.

If you have a lot of information that you need to organize, then you need to give Maple a try. This application lets you organize your data as a tree-based diagram.


  • Easy to use
  • Structure the Maple tree as you see fit
  • Unlimited number of nodes and sub-nodes
  • Unlimited database size
  • Text editor
  • Built-in spell checker
  • Link to objects and images
  • Drag and drop support
  • Portable
  • A wide range of import and export functions


  • Free to try – you can use Maple free of charge only during a trial period of 30 days
About Crystal Office Systems Founded back in 1999, Crystal Office Systems comes up with award-winning, feature rich applications for corporate and office use. The applications that Crystal Office Systems develops work with all versions of the Windows operating system. The applications are quite easy to use and have been designed with power and functionality in mind. Additional details on Crystal Office Systems and its products are available here.



Maple Awards

Maple Editor’s Review Rating

Maple has been reviewed by George Norman on 09 Jul 2010. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Maple 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent


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