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Windows XP PowerPacker reached 11,032 Downloads!

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Well Windows XP PowerPacker has been downloaded over 11,032 times since it has been placed at Betanews.com! It has only been on their site for a little over a month. :o

That's really cool! B)

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:thumbup:w00t::thumbup

GREAT NEWS

Congratulations. Appearantly, more and more people are realising the benefits of a MultiBoot CD/DVD and now that you have made it a possible task for even the not-so-technically-skilled, people obviously start implementing their different needs for reinstalls with your product.

Maybe MicroSoft should be looking in to this obvious need people have, and make a tool like PowerPacker a standard program in their development kits or in the next Vista-release....

Keep it up; read your ideas on how to implement Plugins and am looking forward to an 100% unattended MultiBoot-creation tool !!

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Congrats :)

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this tool is impresive is there anything it has trouble doing :)

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15,440 Downloads on September 10th at beta news.

4,408 more downloads since August 24th (The day I posted this thread). :thumbup

But where are the replys from most of the people who use it? :blink:

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I've used it and all I have to say is:

Bad a**!

Excellent prog. Please keep up the good work and I look forward to future updates.

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