Windows users are always in the market for software products that allow them to build, manipulate, and organize digital works such as eBooks and PDF files, and there is no better product to give that you could ask for: a digital eBook library software solution for your Sony Creative eBook reader. No matter if you have this device already or you want to purchase one (and get one for free), you will find that using a digital library makes life much easier than trying to manage a physical library. You will find that with the software you can organize all of your books, documents, PDF files, and whatever else you want to keep on a digital storage device so that you know where everything is and how to access it when you need it most, quickly and easily. Most of the software for digital book management can be downloaded immediately, after which you can begin organizing your digital library. You will find that it is easy, fast, and fun to sort through all of your electronic literature to make room for more that you may have previously deleted, especially if you store your materials on a NAS device.
Digital book lovers can take advantage of the features available in the most popular ebook libraries, including the ability to search for specific books, chapters, authors, genres, or covers by entering a keyword. Owners of these readers can use Adobe Digital Editions 1.6 and later for most of their text work to convert the ebooks into PDF format and then transfer them to the Sony eBook Reader for Windows. Mac and Linux users can also use Sony's newest eBook Library software to upload books to their readers. When you want to find an eBook you would like to read, you can just search for the title, author, or genre and the software will locate it for you and list all of the available books in the format so you can pick which one you would like to download.
You can purchase, download, or use free eBook library software to help you manage your digital library. You can store thousands of books on your reader using free and open source applications, such as Mobipocket, Evernote, MyBlogLog, Peek eBook, Ziploc eBook, Librium, and Portable Office. You can also export your book into several formats for the PC, including PFD (prone paper format) and HTML. If you want to backup your files, you can synchronize them between devices using the same application or use a NAS device for secure storage on your computer.