Wikio for Wikipedia

by Yang Shue

Wikio is a free open-source software project for creating and editing Wikipedia-style websites.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Yang Shue

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Software Description

Wikio is a powerful and user-friendly software solution designed to help you easily access and explore the wealth of information contained within Wikipedia. With Wikio, you can quickly search and browse Wikipedia articles, as well as create and manage your own custom collections of content. Wikio makes it easy to find the information you need, whether you’re a casual reader, an experienced researcher, or a student studying for an exam.

Wikio allows for the easy discovery of related articles and other sources of information from Wikipedia.

• Quickly search and browse Wikipedia articles and content
• Create and manage custom collections of content
• View content in a variety of formats, including text, images, maps, and videos
• View detailed article history and compare to other versions
• Easily share articles with friends and colleagues via social media
• Enjoy a clean, clutter-free interface
• Automatically save your search history for future reference
• Access Wikipedia in multiple languages
• Enjoy a secure, private browsing experience
• Receive notifications when new articles are available
• Automatically save articles to your device for offline reading
• Get recommendations for related content
• Easily switch between reading and editing modes
Wikio is a software platform for creating and managing Wikipedia-style websites. Wikio is designed to be easy to use and enables users to quickly create a powerful, interactive website.

Minimum system requirements:

• Operating System: Windows 7 or higher, Mac OS X 10.7 or higher, Linux
• Web Server: Apache 2.4 or higher
• Database: MySQL 5.6 or higher
• Programming Language: PHP 5.3 or higher
• Memory: 4GB RAM
• Storage: 500MB of disk space
• Browser: Latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, or Internet Explorer
• Internet Connection: Broadband connection with at least 512Kbps

Recommended system requirements:

• Operating System: Windows 10 or higher, Mac OS X 10.10 or higher, Linux
• Web Server: Apache 2.4 or higher
• Database: MySQL 5.7 or higher
• Programming Language: PHP 5.6 or higher
• Memory: 8GB RAM
• Storage: 1GB of disk space
• Browser: Latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, or Internet Explorer
• Internet Connection: Broadband connection with at least 1Mbps
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Ethan Danquah

Wikio has been a great help to me while using Wikipedia. It has allowed me to quickly search through articles and find the information I wanted. I was also able to save a lot of time by being able to quickly access the articles I had bookmarked. I like how the app is organized, making it easy to find what I'm looking for. The interface is also very intuitive and user-friendly. It has also been very reliable and I haven’t experienced any bugs or glitches. The fact that it is free and open source is also a major plus. I've definitely been impressed with the quality and value of Wikio for Wikipedia software.
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Finlay M********j

Wikio for Wikipedia software has been pretty easy to use and I found it really helpful for editing Wikipdeia articles.
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Kayden Desalvatore

Wikio is a software that enables users to create and edit collaborative web pages. It is designed to allow users to share their knowledge and expertise on a particular topic, and to collaborate with others to create a comprehensive resource. Some of the key features of Wikio include its ease of use, its flexibility, and its ability to allow users to track changes and revisions to pages over time. Additionally, it offers a range of formatting and editing tools, as well as a powerful search function to help users find the information they need quickly and easily.
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Riley R********v

Wikio is a user-friendly and efficient software that allows for easy editing and contribution to Wikipedia articles.
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