Re: Run or be run?
First off, the only stupid question is the one not asked. Now back to your
question. I would think ...the software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/XP/2000
platforms/systems... You really need to be specific as to which Windows
operating systems the software can run on, unless it doesn't care. Only your
testing group can answer this question. Specifically, which platforms can
your testing group certify that it will work on? Which platforms/operating
systems did they test it on?
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