Deep Space Explorer

  provider 2 11:12 20 Dec 06
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Having gone to the trouble of opening a Yahoo e-mail account in order to get round AOL`s draconian spam filter to obtain a registration key, I`ve just discovered the cover disc program from "windows XP" magazine (issue 66) will not work properly without the publisher`s CD. What a disappointment!

  vinnyT 12:05 20 Dec 06

If you want to see stars, planets and other space type things, you may wish to take a look here click here, Asynx Planetarium 2.00, it's on the betanews site (you can access the homepage through the link).

I've not tried it, not really my thing, just noticed it on the site a couple of days ago.

Oh yes, did I mention that it is free.

It is beta software, so it may be a good idea to create a restore point before installing it.

Hope this helps.

  provider 2 12:09 20 Dec 06

Thanks vinnyT. Yes, seeing stars is my thing. I`ll
go and check it out.

  vinnyT 14:25 20 Dec 06

Welcome, let us know if you like it, someone else may be interested someday.

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