5 best ebook management software for your PC [2020 Guide]

Ivan Jenic
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If you have a large unorganised catalogue of ebooks such as FB2, EPUB, PDF, MOBI and other formats; then you are probably missing something. The possibility of managing and organising your ebooks makes the process of reading them easier.

However, eBook management software can be used for managing your ebooks on Windows PC and tablets. Most noteworthy, eBook management software supports online reading as well thus improving the reading culture. Hence, we have compiled a list of top five eBook management software for you.

Top 5 ebook management software for PC


ebook management softwareCalibre is topmost eBook management software due to its excellent bundle of features making it possible for Windows users to manage their virtual library. This ebook management software offers numerous management options for keeping your eBook library organized. Users can search for a particular book using specific comment or tags that they left on the eBook. It can also be used to find any missing metadata in eBooks.

Other features of Calibre include:

  • EBook editing
  • Browse eBook collection using covers, titles, tags, authors, publishers
  • Advanced eBook search and sorting
  • Download all the metadata for an e-book (metadata such as title, author, publisher, ISBN, tags, cover or summary)
  • EBook transfer from one device to another(wirelessly or with a cable)
  • Supports all major eBook format view
  • Backup library for eBooks
  • Download news using RSS

Another important feature of Calibre is that it has a vast plugin repository. Also, Calibre eBook management software is compatible on Windows 7, 8 & 10 and can be downloaded here.

Adobe Digital Editions

ebook management softwareIdeal eBook management software for your Windows PC is Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) powered by Adobe Inc. This software enables you to view, organize, and manage your eBooks, journals, magazines and other electronic publications. You can purchase digital content within the program.

Some features of Adobe Digital Editions include:

  • Free and open source reader for Windows
  • Organize eBook collection using covers, titles, tags, authors, publishers
  • Advanced eBook search and sorting
  • Create custom bookshelves
  • Library migrations from lower versions to latest version
  • Full screen mode when viewing
  • Add bookmark such as tags and comments
  • Borrow eBooks from public libraries
  • Printing support
  • Multilingual support

Also, Windows user can transfer eBooks from/to USB-connected eReader hardware.  Free eBook samples may be downloaded from ADE’s website. ADE eBook management software is compatible with Windows and can be downloaded for free here.

Editor’s Note: If you’re interested in other ebook software , check out our wide collection of guides.

Alfa eBook Manager

ebook management softwareAlso, recommended eBook management software for your Windows PC is Alfa eBook Manager. This eBook management software enables you to organise both your paper and electronic books together in a single library. AEM’s free version has limited functionalities. Paid version are available in $9.95 to $29.95 packages.

Some of the features of the Alfa eBook Manager include:

  • Browse eBook collection using covers, titles, tags, authors, publishers
  • Powerful eBook search and sorting tool
  • Add tags, comments, and custom fields on eBooks
  • Customize look and feel of your e-Library
  • Update eBooks information from Amazon, Google Images and other book sites
  • Scan your computer for ebooks, parse metadata
  • Built-in eBook reader and audio player support most popular formats
  • View eBooks with realistic 3D-models
  • EBook converter tool
  • Download ebooks from public library

A most noteworthy feature of Alfa eBook Manager is that users can access eBook library and read books in local network from any device via Web Interface. The free version of this eBook management software is available for Windows 7/8/10 download here.

eXtreme Books Manager

ebook management softwareFurthermore, eXtreme Books Manager is advanced eBook management software which can import information for eBooks audio books, and physical books. This eBook management software is available at a premium price of 14.95 Euro, although its free version is just as good as well.

Some features of eXtreme Books Manager include:

  • Organize eBook collection using covers, titles, tags, authors, publishers
  • Advanced eBook search and sorting
  • Clean and intuitive library appearance
  • Easily import and export data using XML files
  • Add books and manage information (manually by title or automatically from the Internet)
  • Extract titles, ISBN codes and comic issues from TXT files
  • Scan your entire hard drive or ISBN barcode in search for digital or audio books
  • Loan and friend manager tool

In addition, this eBook management software can work on major Windows version such as 7, 8 & 10. The free version can be downloaded at this link.


ebook management softwareFinally, this eBook management software for your Windows PC is ideal for book lovers new to the idea of managing and organising their eBooks. Although, this Lucidor only supports eBooks in the EPUB file format and OPDS catalogue files; Windows user can convert their eBooks from other file formats to EPUB format using eBook online converter.

Some of Lucidor thrilling features include:

  • Read EPUB eBooks
  • Organise eBooks in a local bookcase
  • Advanced search tool
  • Search for and download eBooks from the Internet
  • Convert RSS feeds and web pages into eBooks
  • Tabbed interface (open multiple eBooks at the same time)
  • Customize library appearance by changing themes
  • Comes with built-in user manual

Finally, this eBook management software also has extensions for Mozilla Firefox, Wiki and Moodle applications. However, Lucidor runs well on Windows Operating System and can be downloaded for free here.

In conclusion,  there are other eBook management software’s out there but we highly recommend that you try out any of the above listed applications to read, organize and manage your eBooks. Feel free to comment below.


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in October 2017 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.