Some people tell me that text is bad, look this quote:
I checked GUI:
Are you specifically wanting to Compact databases? I was thinking that Compress sounds better.
Also, the error message ''Sorry, an error has occurred. Try to restart the program.''
Why do you want the user to try restarting the program? Is there any reason to do this besides ''Try running the program again, maybe it was just a temporary bug?'' (Don't use that)?
If there is no reason, I would say ''Sorry, an error has occured. Restarting the program may help to avoid this error.'', but you should have an exact reason why the error occured.
''If the error repeats again, please send a message with attached ErrorReport.txt file located in the program folder, to the following e-mail address:''
should be ''If the error occurs again, ...'', because repeats again is redundant.
and ''... message with the attached ...''
and I assume you have an e-mail address going there.
Remove the comma (,) in
''Click the link, and the default e-mail program will create a message.''
''You have to choose, whether to become a registered user and continue using the program or to refuse to register and stop using the program.''
Has lots of words to convey something simple;
''You must register to continue using the program''
''To register the program click ?Buy Now?, and you will go to the registration page.''
Again, kill the comma. No commas should appear before ''and'' or ''or'', unless you are naming three or more objects.
''Note: you can prolong the trial period by clearing the database. To do it, click the ?Clear database? button.''
Could be one sentence.
Note: you can prolong the trial period by clicking the ''Clear database'' button to clear the database.
(That sounds odd to give advice on how to prolong a trial period though)
''Thank you for showing interest to Smart CD Catalog.''
I would say ''using'' instead of ''showing interest to''
or ''your interest in'' instead of ''showing interest to''
''Cannot open the catalog; the disk is probably full.''
Be decisive: is the disk full, or is it not? I would assume that my program would know if a disk is full.