Bible Code Digest—October 2004 Cont.

Software FAQs

Readers of Bible Code Digest frequently write in with questions about the various Bible code software programs. In this column, we will discuss some of the basics about the three programs that we offer in our online store—The Keys to the Bible (Keys), Bible Codes 2000 (BC2000), and CodeFinder: Millennium Edition.


What are the basic computer requirements necessary to run the programs?



The Keys to the Bible


  • Runs on PCs with Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP or NT

  • Minimum of 16 MB of RAM

  • Hard disk with at least 100 MB of available disk space

  • CD Drive

  • VGA or higher resolution monitor

  • Minimum Screen Resolution of 800*600

  • Mouse






  • Bible Codes 2000


  • Runs on PCs with Windows 95, 98, 2000, or XP

  • Minimum of 8 MB of RAM

  • Hard disk with at least 22 MB of available disk space

  • CD Drive

  • VGA or higher resolution monitor

  • Minimum Screen Resolution of 800*600

  • Mouse






  • CodeFinder: Millennium Edition


  • Runs on PCs with Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP or NT

  • Minimum 16 MB of free RAM after Windows is running

  • Hard disk with at least 20 MB of available disk space

  • Minimum Screen Resolution of 800*600



  • Will the software run on my Apple Macintosh computer?


    All three programs can be run on Macs that have VirtualPC Windows edition software (not the DOS version) on them. A minimum of 64 MB of ram is required, though 128 MB or more is better.


    Do I have to know Hebrew, or may I search the codes in English?

    To use any of the programs, some knowledge of Hebrew is very helpful, because the searches are done in Hebrew.

    The Keys to the Bible and Bible Codes 2000 programs make it easy to search for words in Hebrew. On the search codes screen, there is an English/Hebrew Dictionary button (the Dictionary button is on the right-hand side). You can search for the word you want in English. Then, double-click on it. The word you wanted will then appear in Hebrew in the search window. So, if you want to search for temple, go to temple in the dictionary, double-click on it, and the word temple written in Hebrew will appear on the search screen. If any codes are found, a list will be generated of where each letter of each code crosses through the Bible, and a matrix of the code can be generated as well. The matrix will be in Hebrew, though. So, again, it is helpful to know some Hebrew.

    CodeFinder allows for practice searches in English, but not valid code research in English.

    Next month, watch for more Software FAQs, and to see the latest in Bible code software and books check out our online store.

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