Fwd: TOURBUS - 14 Dec 02 / WebWasher
- View SourceAnother program to get rid of unwanted/unnecessary files added to your
Begin forwarded message:
> There is a *NEW* version of WebWasher calledhttp://www.afhs.ab.ca
> "WebWasher Classic 3.3" that works with Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, NT,
> 2000, and XP. Yes, folks, WebWasher *FINALLY* works with Windows XP!
> YAY! Oh, and WebWasher Classic 3.3 also works with AOL! Sort of.
> To download the latest version of WebWasher for the PC, point your Web
> browser to
> HREF="http://www.webwasher.com/en/products/wwash/> download_license.htm">
> http://www.webwasher.com/en/products/wwash/download_license.htm </A>.
> [You can also download Mac and Linux versions of WebWasher, but I
> don't think either of those have been updated since March.]
> Now, this is where things get confusing. The top of WebWasher's
> Download page announces that
> You can test WebWasher with a free 30 day evaluation. If you
> would like to purchase the software, please use our secure
> A *BUNCH* of people are going to read this and think I am lying when I
> say that WebWasher is free. But notice that the 'WebWasher is free
> for 30 days; after that you have to buy it' quote is located under the
> section titled "Commercial and business users." Chances are you are
> neither a commercial NOR business user, so this section doesn't apply
> to you.
> If you'll scroll down the page a bit, you'll see a second section --
> "Home and educational" use -- that says
> "WebWasher is available for home and educational use (schools and
> Universities) free of charge."
> Remember, despite what the WebWasher page says about licensing for
> commercial and business users, WebWasher is free for non-commercial
> (home) and education users -- in other words, "US!"
> The download and installation process are pretty self-explanatory, but
> if you need any help please take at look my 24 March 2002 post at
> I think those instructions should still work. :)