What's new in SuperMemo 98 September 1998

New features of SuperMemo 98 (released September 1998):

  1. First 32-bit SuperMemo (written in Delphi 3.0)
  2. Increased speed (e.g. rendering elements 400%, search 200%, review in contents 100%, review in browsers 100%, recovery 80%, and more)
  3. Long filenames
  4. Unlimited length of texts
  5. Unlimited number of elements in the browser
  6. RTF support
  7. HTML support (including hyperlinks to other elements, registry text and images, external HTML files and files available from the Internet)
  8. JavaScript support (in HTML components)
  9. OLE support (e.g. to include files from MS Word, Corel, MS Equation, Mind Manager, etc.)
  10. Support for WMF, transparent and stretched GIFs and JPGs and more
  11. Transparent texts and images
  12. Background images in the element window
  13. Three levels of complexity: beginner, basic, and professional (to make SuperMemo easier at the entry level)
  14. Selectable interface font
  15. In-built simulation of the learning process
  16. New browser operations: sorting by columns, remember, forget, dismiss, final drill, etc.
  17. Automatic final drill scrambling
  18. Question of the Day
  19. Support via the Internet directly from the program
  20. HTML help
  21. One-step upgrade of files created with SuperMemo 8.4 (simply open the kno file)
  22. Possibility of installing a plug-in repetition spacing algorithm developed by a third party (e.g. neural network SuperMemo)

In March 2005, SuperMemo 98 was released as freeware.

Certified as free from malware by Softpedia (Mar 2006):