The Pop Up Oxford World Encyclopedia is an authoritative, comprehensive and stimulating
resource for home, schools and libraries.
The Pop-up Oxford World Encyclopedia, with over 1.5 million words and 20,000 entries, offers
a bounty of information on all subjects: arts, science and technology, politics, sports, geography,
history, religion, popular culture, medicine, current affairs and many more, and includes an entry
for every country in the world and 4,500 biographical references.
After installing the Pop Up Oxford World Encyclopedia on to your hard drive you can consult
it whenever you need to. Because it runs as a background application in your PC, it is easy and
quick to consult.
The Pop Up Oxford World Encyclopedia is also one in a series of Oxford Pop-up products available
on CD-ROM, all of which employ the same iFinger software technology and can be used together
to comprise a fully integrated English and multilingual reference source.
Minimum configuration: Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/NT, Pentium 166MHz, 32 MB RAM, 20 MB hard
disk space, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
This CD-ROM cannot be used with Windows Vista
Publisher: SelectSoft / Oxford University Press.
Interface in English, French, Danish, Dutch, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish.