Here are some screenshots for you to see what the Titcoin wallet looks like! While some of the descriptions might sound rather technical at first, you will find that Titcoin is very simple and pleasant to use once you get used to it.
This setup screen is only shown on the first startup. You can choose where the program data will be stored, although we would recommend that you use the default location (Just click on "OK"). At least 2 GB of free disk space are necessary. If you are using a very old PC, this process might temporarily slow down your system.
This screen will be shown while your wallet is synchronizing with the network. The first synchronization can take multiple hours, depending on your internet speed. At least 2 GB of data will be downloaded. Later, this will only take a few seconds. You should wait until the synchronization has finished before using the wallet.
On the overview screen, your balance and recent transactions will be displayed once you have received titcoins.
Click on "Receive" to receive titcoins. You can add some info to keep track of your incoming payments, then click on "Request payment" to display your receive address. The info you are adding here is only for your local bookkeeping, to keep track of which incoming transactions belong to which purpose.
The payment request dialog shows your Titcoin address in text form and as a QR code. Give this address (usually in text form) to other people in order to receive titcoins! Click on "Copy address" to copy your address to the clipboard, then use Ctrl+V to insert it somewhere else. Titcoin addresses always start with a "1".
To send titcoins to someone, you must know a Titcoin address of him/her (which they generated in the previous payment request dialog!). You can add that address to your address book by adding a label to it. After you have filled in an amount, click on "Send". The "fee estimation" warning can be safely ignored.
Note that Titcoin transactions cannot be undone, so make sure that you have inserted the correct address and amount! ;)
All of your transactions (sent and received coins) will be listed in the "Transactions" tab. You can use the "Export" button to export this list as CSV and for example import it into LibreOffice Calc.