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Last post Author Topic: Windows XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Edition - Favorite Software Compatibility Thread  (Read 26992 times)

lanux128

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great find lanux.   :up: :up: :up:
you made my day  :up:

glad to be of help, mouser! :Thmbsup: TClock (and its derivatives) RULEZ!.. :P

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Greetings
    I just popped in to say Thank You to mouser for inviting me to the forum. T-Clock x64 was compiled with MSVS2005 and is still written in C just like Kazubon's original. Considering that you can't inject a 32bit hook into a 64bit process, it is a completely 64bit application. I created it because I've always loved TClock and have used it for years ... But was planning to make the jump to Vista x64 ... and just couldn't bear to make the jump without it.

   I'm truly glad that you guys are enjoying T-Clock x64, and hopefully will be able to restart developement on it sometime this year. Currently I have some work related coding that is (and has been) taking most of my time.

Thank You,
Stoic Joker

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welcome Stoic Joker! nice to have you here.. it's good to see that someone has carried on the work. :Thmbsup:

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Stoic Joker!!!
Great to see you here.  And again, thank you so much for making this.  Working like an absolute champ here, i love it.

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Just chiming in to say TClock has replaced alfaclock on my tray :)
It's lighter, and the "click on tray = show calendar" works better!

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IE7Pro has been released in a 64 bit version.

http://www.ie7pro.com/download.php

Download: IE7Pro 32bit version
MD5:91ec6f0cb8949ce77c88e9e9d2d4a270
IE7Pro 64bit version (Only for 64Bit IE!)
MD5:e165c6f992524d1474625822644e474b

Just found it............ haven't tried it yet!

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lanux128

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IE7Pro has been released in a 64 bit version.

check this link here..

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That reminds me Ryan at CyberNet mentioned the other day IE7 Pro, and has been recommending it sporadically. Maybe we should let him know about their nasty practices and special "tricks".

mouser

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although i have not used this myself, in all fairness a lot of people seem to like IE7Pro; i'm not sure why exactly it's gotten such a bad rap here on the forum.

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Well, it's all detailed in those posts: pseudo-spamming practices and malware in the package. Actually, mouser, even you had to deal with one of the developers in the IRC :)

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Strange!
The 64 bit version was released yesterday and you're applying comments made in May 2007?
That doesn't compute!
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ok lets not turn this into a thread about IE7

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Ok, here's my noob post ...
Yes praises to Stoic Joker :Thmbsup: for your T-Clock x64! 

Now here's my cry for help: I (we) really need the show memory feature (the 'R' under Format Elements > Resource Elements).  We're always checking that value and the little green line to make sure our staff and faculty systems are running with proper memory use.  It's on every x32 system I've set up since 2003.

I've been using T-ClockEx personally since like 1998 and I was considering shelling out that $29-$39 for the 1st Clock prgm, which looks to be a rip-off of the original T-Clock.  It has the memory (and CPU) display option, and that's the only reason I'd buy it.  I've known about your T-Clock3 for 2 years and have been Googling for a tray clock that shows memory use ever since my first x64 system but no luck.

So yes, this is conspicuously leading to a request - would you consider adding the show resources feature into your T-Clock3?  We'd love you for it!  And pay you too  ;)

Thx, Gary et al at Richter Library Systems, UofM.

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Hi!

We're developers from Green Parrots Software - authors of 1st Clock mentioned in this thread!

Per many user requests recently we released a Classic edition of 1st Clock. This edition contains only taskbar clock functions, popup calendar and timezone display. Of course with Vista and x64 support! We offer it for $19.99. You may check it out at 1st Clock Classic Home page

We'd be glad to hear your opinions on both 1st Clock and 1st Clock Classic!

Thank you,
Your friends at Green Parrots Software
http://www.greenparrots.com

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welcome to the site -- 1st clock is quality software  :up:

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welcome to the site -- 1st clock is quality software  :up:
Granted I'll continue to use mine out of principal ... but damn that thing is nice! I love the popup time zone & docking features.

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Hi!

We're developers from Green Parrots Software - authors of 1st Clock mentioned in this thread!

Of course with Vista and x64 support!

We'd be glad to hear your opinions on both 1st Clock and 1st Clock Classic!

:Thmbsup: Nice looks like a replacement for Atomic Alarm Clock as they will not add support for 64bit.

Trialling it now it would sweeten it with a DC discount ?