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To find out how secure an ebook HTML compiler is, open an ebook on it. While it is open, check temporary directory of your computer. This can usually be accessed by typing in C:Windows emp. If you see a bunch of files when your ebook is open or running, it means that your computer is decompressing secure data from your ebook before showing ebook to viewer. This method is not secure! It means that anyone with knowledge of how to access these temporary files can steal secure data and then they can fiddle with your ebook to their evil heart's desire. Remember, one of main purposes of buying and using an HTML compiler is to protect your property.
Next, let's discuss passwords. When trying to choose an ebook Compiler, check out type of passwords that compiler supports. Almost all compilers offer some kind of password protection that insures that user can only access contents they have purchased from you. However, best compilers offer varied ways to generate different types of passwords. Choose a compiler that gives you options of secure, user-friendly, and open password generation.
Another important factor when it comes to passwords is how compiler generates them. A compiler that has internal password protection generation built into software is more secure than compilers that link to live Internet password control systems.
Find out if compiler generates passwords online. If it has this option, it allows you to choose any payment processing system you want or to do payment processing yourself.
Next, look into size of ebook compiler supports. The best compilers can create ebooks up to 2 GB in size without decompressing HTML pages or images to your hard disk. Usually, ebooks that are 2 GB in size can easily support 6 GB of compressed data. The catch here is that only text files will generally be compressible.
You do not want a compiler that decompresses this amount of data when user attempts to open your ebook. This would mean that anyone who purchases your ebook will have to wait for all data to decompress before they can access your ebook right after downloading it. So look for compilers that only decompress temporarily files that are NOT HTML to local hardisk. Non-HTML files include Flash, Word, and Acrobat files. This type of compiler is more secure and certainly faster.
Make sure compiler you choose is compatible with your system software. Check out what version of Windows it requires, and make sure you have that version before buying your compiler.
Support issues are extremely important. Choose a compiler that includes an installation program. This program allows your user to choose a number of different places on their computer to install ebook, to place a shortcut on their desktop, and to add ebook, if they choose, to Start Programs menu.
You also want excellent and accessible vendor support. Make sure you can access quick technical support! At three o'clock in morning, this factor will be VERY important. Also, check to see terms of free technical support offered. Unlimited technical support is obviously best option.
Check to see if company that puts out compiler software offers a service level agreement. This agreement is to assure you of their quality response to your questions or problems.
A good thing to consider is how long compiler has been on market. Usually, version number will give you an idea. The longer program is on market, higher version number, more bugs have been worked out.
When choosing an ebook compiler, do not be swayed by incredible promises and dazzling sales copy. Do your homework first, and then consider all above issues and factors before choosing an ebook compiler.
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