Adapt It (Regular) versus Adapt It Unicode

The Adapt It application comes in two forms:

Both forms of the application use XML coding to externally store the data as on the hard drive. XML is a markup computer language that makes it possible for humans to read highly structured data.

Even though both Adapt It versions use XML, Adapt It (Regular) cannot use files created by Adapt It Unicode and vice versa. This is because the underlying encodings for data files are different. To avoid the possibility of confusion among the files Adapt It (Regular) and Adapt It Unicode store their data files in different folders. See Launching Adapt It the first time for more information.

Which version should I use?

Adapt It Unicode is the most powerful version of the two and should be used unless you are dealing with one or more of following:

Related Topics

Adapt It document files

ANSI data versus Unicode data