GedWiz is software to view, search and extract (export) data from GEDCOM files1, for Windows-based computers2.
A good way to get started with GedWiz is to dive in with our series of videos
- Browse and view the data present in a GEDCOM file as a series of tables including people, families, events, places, citations, notes, photos etc.
- Powerful tools for exporting data from a GEDCOM file in CSV format (e.g. for import to Excel), with a wide range of options.
- Generate individual, ancestor and descendant reports in both text and PDF format.
- Search, group, filter, sort and tag records to help locate data.
Probably the best way to see if GedWiz suits your needs is to check out our videos. These show all the key features of this product in detail, including exporting, reporting, searching, tagging and grouping.
GedWiz can be downloaded from this site. Initially it operates as a 30 day trial version, with some features restricted. After the trial period you need to purchase a product key.
1. GEDCOM is the de facto standard data format for exchanging genealogy data. The GEDCOM standard is defined by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Neither GedWiz nor Tenset Technologies Ltd is associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All good genealogy database programs and many genealogy websites can generate GEDCOM files.
2. Windows 11/10 PC required using Intel x86 or compatible processor. Other systems e.g. Mac, iPad, Chromebook, Windows 11s/10s/8/7/Vista/XP etc not supported.