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I have many pdf and djvu books on my PC (ebooks, datasheets, manuals, scans etc).
Can you recommend me a software to organize my collection of books (like there is a software to organize music collection).
Both Linux and Windows software is appeciated!


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I use a piece of software called , unfortunately it won't fit your djvu requirement, on the up-side it does support a lot of eBook formats.

There is a question here, detailing converting djvu to a more common format:

How to convert djvu file to pdf or other more common file format?

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confound it, i was about to suggest the same thing ;) – Journeyman Geek Nov 23 '10 at 0:30
Oh, a great piece of software, thanks! But I think a djvu format is pretty good for scans, it is a pity that it is unsupported! – MichealZ Nov 23 '10 at 10:42
djvu should be supported by now – prusswan Jun 19 '13 at 6:34

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