Re: Uninstalling in Win 10 and Win7
why not just any burn, which is free and does a lot o' schtuff. truly! the companies who want you to use their software like Nero, who use to dominate still exist, and I get their advertising that I will get so much more if I just . . .toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
and, then there is win zip, which is up to version 22 I believe who just wish you to continue to use their software when 7-zip is even better for us since it all speaks, plus, it is free!
NVDA, another who gets shunted aside because it is free is, in fact, highly developed and does about as much as the ones which cost over a thousand dollars but . . . for the most part, and in fact not fancy, do it even better than what you pay for but, free is always suspect.
We're taught, and conditioned that you get what you pay for, but . . . in fact, as a song I learned long ago taught me, "it ain't necessarily so."
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On 4/20/2020 9:36 AM, Walter Ramage via groups.io wrote:
Hi folks. Over this weekend I was burning some CDs. I used Express Burn on a Win10 machine. I was using the evaluation version of Express Burn. After burning 4 discs I was asked to purchase a licence. Now let me move to Win7. To complete the project I had to use the Express Burn I had on that machine, Win7 that is. Again this was an evaluation version but all I had to do was go to "change or Remove a Programme", find Express Burn, highlight it then go to the context menu where I found change/uninstall. When I click on this I get the option to either uninstall or to downgrade to the free version (which I did).