There is a Tour of Family Historian 3 at http://www.family-historian.co.uk/tour/ for those interested.
The program always works with a GEDCOM file format, so everything loads really quickly, it seems. Here is the first screen when you load a database:
As you can see, it is an alphabetized list, and you can use the "Name" box or the "Record ID" box to find the person in the database that you want to work with. For this demonstration, I chose to work with Isaac Seaver (1823-1901). I put his name in the "Name" box, then clicked on it and the "Individual" box popped up, as shown below:
The "Events" tab on the Individual" box lists a time line of events in the individual's life:
The "Objects" tab shows all of the photographs or video that have been attached for the person - I don't have nay for Isaac.
You can add a spouse by clicking on the open Tab on the row of spouses, enter the name and vital information for the new spouse, and the X out of the box when you are done. The information for the new spouse will be included in the list of persons.