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c++.idde - Windows XP

reply "Phill" <phillbert pacific.net.au> writes:
Are there any problems using DM on
Windows XP ?

I ask this because I am thinking of changing to
XP (is this short form  for expensive?) but if there
are problems I will keep Win98.

cheers
        Phill.
Apr 18 2002
next sibling parent reply user domain.invalid writes:
I'm using DMC on Windows 2000 and Windows XP, no problems.

Phill wrote:

 Are there any problems using DM on
 Windows XP ?
 
 I ask this because I am thinking of changing to
 XP (is this short form  for expensive?) but if there
 are problems I will keep Win98.
 
 cheers
         Phill.
 
 
 

Apr 18 2002
parent "Phill" <phillbert pacific.net.au> writes:
Thanks guys!


<user domain.invalid> wrote in message news:3CBEB36A.80602 domain.invalid...
 I'm using DMC on Windows 2000 and Windows XP, no problems.

 Phill wrote:

 Are there any problems using DM on
 Windows XP ?

 I ask this because I am thinking of changing to
 XP (is this short form  for expensive?) but if there
 are problems I will keep Win98.

 cheers
         Phill.


Apr 18 2002
prev sibling next sibling parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
Nop!
Since a week or two I am using DMC on a P4 with Windows XP... No
problems so far...
Jan



Phill wrote:

 Are there any problems using DM on
 Windows XP ?

 I ask this because I am thinking of changing to
 XP (is this short form  for expensive?) but if there
 are problems I will keep Win98.

 cheers
         Phill.

Apr 18 2002
prev sibling parent "Matthew Wilson" <dmd synesis.com.au> writes:
Totally OT, but I'd dearly love to know, if anyone has the knowledge

- how to prevent the stupid Find In Files from reactivating its search every
few minutes, and chewing up monster amounts of CPU
- how to prevent the stupid Find In Files from ditching all but the
leaf-most directory from its search root, which makes it impossible to
subsequently change it or tag on a sub-dir. Utterly brain-dead "refinements"
which have done nothing but increase the amount of typing and, worst of all,
mouse-clicks I have to do. Aaargh!

On-topic monitors flame away ...
Mar 29 2003