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RunLog demo is a fully-functional version of RunLog that limits the number
of entries you can make to 30 until you purchase it. The demo includes both RunLog Deluxe and
RunLog Standard -- the install program lets you decide which version to
choose between 3 methods of downloading and
installing RunLog. The 3 methods are described below. Click on the link on the
left of the method you would like to use.
||1) Single File
Description: Download the entire RunLog installation in a single
file. Once you download the file, just run it on your computer to begin the RunLog
Advantages: Single file to download and keep track of. If you have
a CD writer or ZIP disk, you can easily copy this single file to a disk that can be used
for later installations.
Disadvantages: This file is too big to fit on a standard 3.5" floppy
disk. If you don't have a CD writer or ZIP disk it is difficult to copy this install
to an external disk for later installations.
Description: Download the RunLog installation in 5 files that you can
later copy to floppy disks. Once the installation is copied to floppy disks, it can
saved as a backup or used to install on other computers without Web access. We
suggest downloading and running the install from your hard drive before copying these
files to floppy disks.
Advantages: Easy to create RunLog installation disks to be installed at a
later time or on another computer.
Disadvantages: 5 files to keep track of.
||3) Web Install
Description: Download a small (142kb) installation program.
Then, while you are still connected to the Web, run the installation program. The
installation program checks existing files on your computers and only downloads the
files it needs.
Advantages: Potentially the fastest way to install RunLog. RunLog
uses some common files that you most-likely have on your computer already. The
other two installation methods download all the files needed by RunLog, but it might not
install them if your computer is already up-to-date. The Web install method checks
whether you need a file before it downloads and installs it.
Disadvantages: No way to backup the entire RunLog installation.
Our Recommendation: If you've looked through the advantages and
don't have a particular preference, try the Web Install. Sure it doesn't let you
create a backup disk, but it is always available and it's always the latest version.