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0.8 Build 653 (Aug 16, 2011)
not tried it (i use MS expression web) , but just for the record - its only free untill first v1 is released early 2012 [as stated the adobe website]
1.70.3 Beta (Mar 18, 2008)
id have no problem putting an application like this on a emergency boot CD/DVD/Flash pen - as a small footprint / standalone exe file - for recovery purposes - but i would not consider it (and paying for it) in a live production environment
18.104.22.168 Development (Mar 7, 2008)
why do all these "budget" progams end up so complicated for 99% home users - if you are business , yes you need to do taxation / assets / cashflow / depreciation / etc - a 'home user' had money coming on (usualy once a month), and money comming out (a bank transer once a month), or out the ATM/Debit card
ie. balance + money in - money out = new balance !
try excel (or free open office)
SP3 Release Candidate 1 (Dec 12, 2007)
does anyone know if the sp3 will have to be uninstlaled , when the full sp3 is released , or will it just install over the top ???
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (Dec 12, 2007)
Windows Vista SP1 RC does not support build-to-build upgrades. If you install this build to your system, you need to uninstall it before moving to the final Vista SP1 RTM version.
found it !!! = the answer is NO - so ill wait for the full relase - uninstalling s/packs never fully gets rid of them - so ill hang on
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (May 5, 2009 - 12:26 PM)
apart from all the usual - should i / shouldnt i - i have seen comments about the 2 hourly shutdown after march 2010 - but does anyone know of any other limitations ? - i certainly havnt seen anything documented - but happy to be corrected !! p.s. limitations in "Functional ones" - im quite aware of how to install / reinstall / qhost / image / operating systems !!!
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (Mar 6, 2008 - 6:06 PM)
and i didnt even get the chance to install it:
i have "legal" XP-pro - with SP3 installed - tried the IE8-xp installation - told me i need to install an update/patch - "click here" - took me to the MS site - allowed me to validate/d-load the patch - went to install and patch said "cant install patch as you already have a newer version installed" - a typical MS lead in a circle !
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (Feb 21, 2008 - 10:00 AM)
Here (in the UK) , one of the bigger problems is that just about all service provides , do not include a lot of the services in the monthly contract - i.e calls/texting is - but if you want to do anything else like donwload emails , browse/net access -they are all charged for separately - so why should i browse or check my emails on a phone, and pay a "per page/download" cost - when i can sit at my lovely big PC and do it for nothing
the point it - its no good providing multiple services/functionalty - if its too expensive to use
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (Jan 23, 2008 - 3:38 PM)
ther technology for net access / mobile phones has existed for years - but has been held back for 2 reasons
1 - the "authorities" informed opinions that it may interfere with the planes communication systems , even though modern theory is that it makes no difference
2 - the prohibative costs - for a business man (expensing the cost) , or for an economy passenger : im sure the relative cost will be extortinate - like it is to currently use a plane phone (currently something like > $5 per minute). It wil be interesting to see how much it costs, when on the "ground" wi-fi/net access it practically free
Service Pack 1 Release Candidate (Dec 17, 2007 - 3:35 PM)
when the coms companys start to charge realistic costs for a text (here in the UK anyway), then its a way of moving forward
but for the average uk user, a text costs about 10p = thats about 20cents in US - that is 10 times the amount it costs to make a 1 minute off-peak call - so question should i speak for 10 minutes, or send one short text of a few hundred characters ....