Old software versions

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One of the stupidities of commercial software is how easy it is for you to give them money, but how difficult it can become in a short amount of time to enjoy what you have bought. Not only does it rapidly become out of date, it is often based on a subscription model, bugs fixed are in a new version that you have to pay, etc, etc.

Therefore, it is important that you print out and save your serial code AND THE DOWNLOADED VERSION as soon as you buy something. Below are just a few software versions that I have saved, just in case you need exactly the same versions:


Registry First Aid (Rose City Software) 6.1.0

AhaView 3.20

X-Setup Pro 8.0.100, X-Setup Pro 9.0.100

Reasonable NoClone 2007 Home file 1, file 2. Due to the stupidity of naming and paid/free versions of the same program available with exactly the same name, you will have to find out for yourself which of these is the program you paid for and which is the free version.

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