I use The IVP Essential Reference Collection, version 1. The interface is not nearly as good as BibleWorks, but I can't get my computer to download the Libronix one. I find this very strange, because I have an up to date computer [Hewlett Packard Pentium 4, with 60 gigs HD, 128 megs of RAM, XP operating system].
The software doesn't recognise my cordless mouse and won't let me use the scroll button.
I like the IVP software only because of its content, which is 18 books such as The New Bible Dictionary, The New Bible Commentary [so I gave my hard copy to my daughter] the terrific Dictionary of Biblical Imagery, the superb New Dictionary of Biblical Theology and the collection which includes The Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, etc
Couldn't have fitted all the books on my shelves!
I also use the new version of The Expositor's Bible Commentary. It has a much better interface than the original version, but I am still getting used to it. There are some excellent commentaries here, including vanGemeren on Psalms and Carson on Matthew.
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