FET 6.0.0 freeware
FET is an open-source application which allows you to create timetables for teachers and students. It can be seamlessly figured out, even by users with no experience in software tools. The most important aspect is that the Windows Registry does not get updated with new entries, and no leftover files can be found on the hard drive after program removal. Plus, you can carry FET in your pocket when you're on the move.
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||create timetable, school timetable, statistics, timetable generator, timetable, generator, generate|
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|6.0.0||Apr 17, 2021||New Release||Updated to Qt 6.0.3.
Increased the limits of the generation algorithm (the new limits are most probably more than enough for everybody).
Combined the most important custom versions into the official FET. The new feature is called "mode" and it can be: "official", "mornings-afternoons" (for Morocco and Algeria), "block planning", and "terms" (for Finland).
The multiple generation can be done on multiple threads, each timetable on a separate thread. Multiple timetables should be obtained much faster if you have a multi-core/hyper-threading processor.
|5.49.1||Mar 9, 2021||New Release||Minor fix/improvement in the colors of the timetables.
Redesigned the locked/unlocked icons for the special constraints.
Acknowledged the code contributors in a new file, CONTRIBUTORS, and in a new section in Help->About FET, Contributors.
|5.49.0||Feb 25, 2021||New Release||It is now possible to use any number of constraints of type teacher(s)/students (set) interval max days per week for a teacher/students set (previously this number was limited to maximum three for each teacher/students set).
It is now possible to reset the number of categories of a students year to zero in the divide year dialog (suggested by Eric Carolus).
Code improvements and cleanup.
Added an updated example file from South Africa, by Eric Carolus, replacing a deprecated example file.