FAQ for Forecheck

Forecheck has been developed in C, C++ and .Net. We always programmed the best algorithms for every task. We wanted Forecheck to be fast, faster than any other tool, more precise and more reliable. Most everyone has a good internet connection and a fast processor for their computers. When you imagine 1,000 people using Forecheck, you get 1,000 fast internet connections and 1,000 processors. To beat that with web servers, you would need a massive amount of servers and money.
Also, web solutions are slow. Creating a complete crawl of a web page takes several days or many parallel processors at the least. With Forecheck, you just need a matter of minutes or a few hours for extremely large sites. You can view all the data and scroll within them, which is not possible in a webpage. You can export data – even millions of data information within seconds.
So we took the best of both worlds. You can use Forecheck as a Windows Client or you can run it in the cloud and only use the surface of Forecheck. This is possible with remote services and HTML5. So it’s up to you what you prefer. You can even use both. Some regular tasks can run in the cloud, others locally.
The Windows Client and the Remote Application are the same, there is no difference!
You can use the web based version of Forecheck through Remote App services as a Remote App or Remote Desktop. You can even access Forecheck with every HTML5 browser. Maximum flexibility!
There are 4 versions available. The different prices, features and comparisons can be found in our Shop.
Forecheck is a Windows-based software, so any Windows user can download and try it. The demo version will automatically stop the crawling of a website at around ten thousand URLs. Additionally, not all of the data is available or visible, and you cannot save anything.
System requirements are stated on the Download page. In short: Forecheck runs on any Windows system beginning with Windows XP SP3 and later as well as on 32 bit and 64 bit systems. But you must have an NTFS file system, which is the default file system for Windows.
It may. Mac and Linux computers do have Windows emulators. Or you can install Windows as a separate booting system. We tried it and it works, but you must really test it. We do not support Mac or Linux, so please
download and try it. There are numerous pages out there that deal with issues regarding how to get Windows software running on Linux or Mac. If the demo version runs, then the full version will run as well.
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