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What are the minimum requirements for TransAbacus?

TransAbacus runs on any PC with:
- Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
- .NET Framework 4.6 installed (if you don’t have this, it will be installed during the setup process)
- 512 MB RAM
- 20 Mb free hard disk space  

How can I buy a TransAbacus registration code?

When you select the Buy option on this page, you will be redirected to a secure payment page, provided by our payment processor MyCommerce, which supports several payment methods like credit cards, PayPal, checks, among others. Once the payment is confirmed, you will receive by email a registration code (a 25 digits number). You must enter this code into your application (using the Help -> Register option) to register your application and remove the Trial mode limitations.

Is there any limitation in the web sites TransAbacus can be used?

In practical terms there are no limitations regarding the size of the site to count. We have successfully tested TransAbacus in sites with more than 5,000 web pages and more than 2,000,000 words. However, TransAbacus stores temporal information in RAM memory, and as this is a finite resource, we cannot assure that there does not exist a website big enough for TransAbacus. Regarding the website's technology, TransAbacus does not count flash files, and it does not support java menus, although you can always use the sitemap page to avoid this kinds of menus. Please check the restrictions section of the user manual for more information.

What are the description, keywords and alt text columns?

Description and keywords are descriptive text inside the html code that is mainly used by search engines to rank the web page. This is why the translation of these tags is as important as the translation of the web page body. Alt. text is the text the user sees when he hovers the mouse over an image. This text is also used by search engines to index images.

TransAbacus counting is slightly different from MS Word counting. Why?

TransAbacus does not count some non-alphanumeric symbols as words. MS Word’s "Count words" option does. For example, the string "- hello" is counted as 2 words in MS Word (because it counts the character "-" as one word), but for TransAbacus, it counts the string as 1 word (as expected)