• MikeDelta Releases Live Radar 1.0

    This is our windows live radar client, it allows you to see what's happening in our virtual sky in real time, it seems like the web interface (Live radar link) but with more accuracy.

    You can grab it at:

    http://mikedelta.fr/download.php?softId=7


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      N6722C_ -
      .NET Framework 4.5 does not support Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, and therefore, if you have to create applications that target these operating systems, you will need to stay with .NET Framework 4.0. In contrast, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 in all of their editions include .NET Framework 4.5.

      Please can you support XP, by creating this application to use .net 4.0

      BTW: The suggestion on the download page, for XP users to download .Net 4.5, is obviously incorrect.
      That link will attempt to install ,Net 4.5, but it will fail, as .net 4.5 is does not support XP.
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