Windows site registry cleaner



#2

This si a true microsoft windows site.
http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/article/registry_cleaner_why.htm
Suggested use; click full scan, select customize, leave only registry cleaner checked, lett it run. It creates a restore point before changing your registry. Just let it run, Sam


#3

What's Windows?

Can it be run on my 41CX?


#4

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Can it be run on my 41CX?

No, but the reverse is true.
;)


#5

Run my beloved 41CX through the window? Are you mad??


#6

Based on many years experience, the 41CX is more stable than windows ;)


#7

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Based on many years' experience, the 41CX is more stable than windows ;)
+1. So is Linux. (I work in a Windowsless office.) The last time my 41cx crashed was over 20 years ago, and that was my fault from synthetic programming mistakes.

Edited: 10 Nov 2010, 12:44 p.m.


#8

I wish I could be "windowless" but alas, I have to use many programs which are not developed for non-windows:
ProSurf,
Solidworks,
Abaqus (maybe they have a unix version, not sure about Linux releases),
GHS (old one is dos),
Rhino (soon to be Macompatible),
AutoCad,
Alibre,
SJ MEPLA,
and I would like a good free FEM system...right now looking over Calculix in windows but maybe it is unix/linux supported by somebody...

It would be nice to rid myself of Windows, and yet some stuff is good, albeit in some cases only available in XP:
Paint
Photo Editor
Movie Maker (works but so would many alternatives)
Notepad (so what, dos editor was just as good, that is simple)
I am sure all of these are more than replicated...I would be interested in a photo editor replacement. Office 2003 and later and Windows 7 crippled their usefulness by purposely replacing photo editor with a POS viewer hoping you'd buy the M$ bloatware Photo something PRO.

If only there were a way to get all these specialty expensive programs to run on non-windows....but companies that develop software won't waste time on platforms that are minuscule in market penetration.

Edited: 10 Nov 2010, 3:38 p.m.


#9

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I am sure all of these are more than replicated
See
http://alternatives.rzero.com/
http://www.linuxalt.com/
http://www.downloadpedia.org/Open_Source_Alternative_to_Commercial_Software
Quote:
I would be interested in a photo editor replacement.
I use Gimp. When Adobe was bragging about some cool things coming in CS5, our son checked it in Gimp, and found Gimp had had the same thing for years, the ability to remove a road from a desert scene or litter from the lawn in a park for example, and heal the area so you couldn't tell it wasn't authentic. Gimp, like most Linux software, is free too.

Quote:
If only there were a way to get all these specialty expensive programs to run on non-windows....but companies that develop software won't waste time on platforms that are minuscule in market penetration.
The only stuff I haven't found available for Linux is some of the company-specific stuff like Microchip's assembler-- so I'm still using their DOS one, making a few minor tweaks for newer parts that weren't available when they had the DOS software. I have not done entire new families like the DSPICs though.
#10

Based on 31 years of experience with it/them (in just a month) I can say you're right! ;)
Greetings,
Massimo

#11

No, I'm not! :p
And you can certainly run V41 as your Windows calc... given that you, one day, will touch a Windows box.

Greetings,
Massimo


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