My wife has received (very recently) the notification that she cannot continue to use the above program until she installs the current version.We have endeavored to install the current version and the process goes through all the steps up to the point where it says the following components were not able to be installed which is ALL of them.Keystroke-programmable calculators which could do simple business and scientific applications were available by the 1970s.In 1982, Hewlett Packard's HP-75 incorporated a 1-line text display, an alphanumeric keyboard, HP BASIC language and some basic PDA abilities.I have tried to remove the current version from "windows programs" from add remove programs. I even updated here "windows installer" to the latest version--no help.
The HP Omni Go 100 and 120 used a pen and graphics interface on DOS-based PC/GEOS, but was not widely sold in the United States.
I think the problem stems from the fact that I have unpinned everything from my taskbar so that it only shows programs that are currently running. He's pretty cranky: "Microsoft and Adobe in war of words of Silverlight -- Because an actual war would require more than 17 people to actually use Silverlight." Ouch!
"Nintendo sold almost 680,000 Wii consoles in January, compared to just 309,000 for the 360 (and 203,000 for the Sony PS3).
Real annoyance because it doesn't have any value for desktop users. I find it very annoying that even though I've never even touched a Tablet PC this process runs on my system.
It's not too difficult for me to remove but I'm a LAN admin, my concern is the millions of people using Adobe/MS Office 2003 that have this process unnecessarily running.