DokuWiki for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V Varies with device
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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Free and User-Friendly Open-Source Information Storage Software

DokuWiki is a viable solution for anyone who has been looking for an intuitive and user-friendly means to store retrievable information. Clean syntax entry methods, flexible back-up solutions, easy navigation and cross-platform integration are other standard features which the user can enjoy. As pages will be created in a Wikipedia format, even those with little experience can use this system.

Applications and Tools

DokuWiki is an open-source software package, so there is no charge for it to be installed. A handful of benefits include built-in access control, a device-agnostic platform and the ability to support more than 50 languages (currently). Some of its applications include a better way to manage workflow, an efficient method to create business presentations, a platform to share information and a robust CMS system. As little internal memory is required, DokuWiki is an excellent choice for older operating systems or those running concurrent applications.

Features and Other Functions

A host of different plug-ins are available and the user can select from numerous templates in order to create the most relevant document. Coding will be updated on a regular basis, so this platform is scalable in nature. Offline hyperlinks can be created so that it is much easier for the reader to navigate to a specific page.


  • There is no fee to work with this software
  • It will not require much native memory in order to function properly


  • The last update took place in 2016
  • There is currently no mens to store information within the cloud

Program available in other languages

DokuWiki for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V Varies with device
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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