1. IS OUR DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOFTWARE REALLY FREE?
YES - It's really free. The free digital signage software does NOT expire. We are the world's first free digital signage software (since 2006). Many businesses and organisations just like yours around the world use our software.
2. WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH OUR FREE DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOFTWARE?
- Centrally control the content displayed on up to 20 monitors* - Free
- Create different schedules for each monitor for each day of the week - Free
- Use the most popular formats such as jpg, bmp, swf, mov and some avi - Free
- Use your own off-the shelf hardware (Much cheaper for you. Often an existing PC will be fine).
- Use the same PC as both Manager & Player; or use a separate Manager PC & Player PC's that communicate with each other by LAN or Internet anywhere in the world. Free
- DIY setup & operation – Detailed manuals provided. Free
- And much more!! Free
3. DO YOU NEED SPECIAL HARDWARE TO USE WITH OUR DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOFTWARE?
NO. You can use an off-the-shelf PC and monitor. You may have a spare one, or you can purchase one from your local computer shop. There's more information about this in the Setting Up Your System page
4. WHAT SERVER DO YOU USE WITH OUR DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOFTWARE, AND IS THERE A COST?
NO. There is no cost.
- Where the Manager PC is remote from the Player PC's (which has the monitors attached to it), the system uses your own FTP to communicate between Manager PC and Player PC's. This is provided to you for free by your existing internet service provider and is common practice. Setup is automatic and is explained in the User Manuals (See the Information Centre below)
- Where the Manager PC is connected to the Player PC's by a LAN, there is no cost.
5. WHAT IF YOU NEED MORE THAN THE FREE DIGITAL SIGNAGE SOFTWARE DOES?
You can Purchase Additional Features to add to the free digital signage software
Download the Free Digital Signage Software
*The free digital signage software can communicate with up to 2 Player PC's. Each Player PC can have up to 10 monitors attached to it, with each monitor playing its own independent content. Of course this is subject to hardware suitability - see Setting Up Your System page.