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Chris here - just donated a bit to help Screenshot Captor ... yet to fully evaluate it.

I am an old fella - coming up 66.  Been on computers about 15 years and mainly do web work, graphics etc .... primarily these days maintaining one main site.  Live in SW PA - and getting very tired of winter!

Hardly have any time these days for forums but will I'm sure enjoy a browse thru here when I can.  Use an HP4600 workstation with two LCD mons and the system has about 1.5 million files I think, at last count when virus scanning ........ use Acronis for image generation backup and several externals help with that.

Muddling on with XP pro SP3 ...... and while Win 7 seems OK (Vista sucked when I (briefly) tried it!) - hope to see it thru until support ceases.  Sign of age, I run in classic mode such that it looks like my old friend Win 2k!!

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Living Room / Re: 64 Bit CPU - Is it worth it?
« on: January 18, 2008, 06:14 PM »
Hi - noob here .......... the thing I'd be concerned about is software compatibility .... seeing as when from back in the old days of my old DX4-66 I ran any and all 16 bit app's just fine.  Over time and by time I got up to P4 and XP etc ... one of my fave old app's (Autosketch v2) ...... no go.

So - just thinking ahead as to whether 64 bit will limit any current app's.

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