DAEMON Tools Lite v4.35.5 released with SPTD 1.62

"A new version of the popular DAEMON Tools Lite application is out now with full windows 7 support."

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DAEMON Tools Lite v4.35.5 released with SPTD 1.62
 
 
A new version of the popular drive emulation software DAEMON Tools Lite has been released and it’s got a whole load of new features and fixed bugs….
 
Here are some of the changes in this version:
  • SPTD 1.62;
  • Full Windows 7 support;
  • Windows Sidebar gadget for easy accessing of general DAEMON Tools Lite features;
  • DAEMON Tools Lite Panel was removed;
  • GUI redesign and improvement;
  • No need of “Run as Administrator” option for the first DAEMON Tools Lite start;
  • Revised License pages in Setup;
  • Languages updates.
 
And a list of bugs fixed:
  • Problem with image mounting from RAID volumes larger than 2 Tb;
  • Some issues with opening image file on mounting;
  • Showing Wait Dialog in command line mode;
  • Inability to mount *.mdf image without *.mds file;
  • Problem with SPTD installation from DAEMON Tools Lite setup in silent mode;
  • Some minor bugs.
 
This is great news for those of you who need to mount disk images without burning them off first, I’m sure a lot of you have been waiting for a Windows 7 release and now you’ve got it. You can download DAEMON Tools Lite here
 
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26-10-2009, 09:00:05

MeltedDuron
The BBC and Commercial radio broadcasters have joined forces, aiming to make this happen.

Continue Reading

26-10-2009, 12:23:14

nathan
i'm liking the sound of this. let hope they come up with more and moer ideas like this.

26-10-2009, 13:06:58

zak4994
I don't necessarily see the point in this.
Can someone explain to me the benefits?

26-10-2009, 13:31:43

mrapoc
all radio stations will be on one website?

no searching various sites etc.?

26-10-2009, 16:07:04

alexhull24

I don't necessarily see the point in this.
Can someone explain to me the benefits?



For simplicity, especially for the less PC-savvy of the population.

I think it's a good idea, should do it with on demand TV too. Or perhaps get OD TV integrated properly into media center or similar - that would make my life easier. There are programs that can do that, but they're a little flaky atm.

26-10-2009, 17:21:52

Rastalovich
Hmmm, I'll have to tell the people in work about this.

A+ for communication skills.

27-10-2009, 16:36:37

nathan

I don't necessarily see the point in this.
Can someone explain to me the benefits?



When i go into town (Leicester) the radio signal is poo, yet my 3g signal is pretty good.

pirate radio stations i bet.

just think if we started again with all the spectrum. You'd just have it all mobile internet, then carry whatever you wanted over it, be it radio, tv or whatever.

this last point is why i think its a good step, although it's going to be a long long road.
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