X(PLORE) for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME (and DOS)
X(PLORE) for Windows is the latest version of my mathematical software. X(PLORE) allows you to
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X(PLORE) for Windows 95/98 and NT
X(PLORE) for Windows 2000 and XP
To install X(PLORE):
X(PLORE) is Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998 by David Meredith. I authorize individuals to download single copies for their personal use. I explicitly forbid further distribution of the program without my written permission. In particular, X(PLORE) may not be included in any shareware collections on CDRom or other media, and it may not be distributed via the Internet, bulletin boards or other electronic networks.
The shareware fee for X(PLORE) is a tax-deductible donation of $25 to
If You Have Trouble Installing X(PLORE)
Some users have reported getting the message "Configuring Windows(R) installer" while installing, followed by nothing. The installation fails. If you get this or any other error, you can manually install X(PLORE).
c:\winnt\system32\regsvr32.exe "c:\program files\xplore\tbc.ocx"
With this manual installation, you won't get an icon on your desktop or Start Menu, but you can click on xplore.exe in the folder C:\Program Files\XPLORE\ to run X(PLORE), and by right clicking and dragging the program to the desktop, you can create an icon there.
X(PLORE) for DOS
To download a copy of X(PLORE) for DOS (with help file but without manual--286KB) click here. (If your browser has difficulties downloading an executable file, try shift-click, then select "save this program to disk" or a similar option.
To install X(PLORE), place the downloaded file XPLDOS.EXE in a directory created for X(PLORE) and run it. All the files you need will appear in your directory. To run X(PLORE) for DOS, execute XPL.EXE .
X(PLORE) for DOS is a small, fast program that will run effectively on any 486 or greater CPU. I have run this program successfully on all versions of Windows through NT4.0 and 98. This is the original 1993 Prentice Hall X(PLORE) that is limited to 640K of memory. Later DOS versions that use extended memory unfortunately do not run under the most recent incarnations of Windows 98 or Windows NT.
Page maintained by David Meredith, firstname.lastname@example.org. Created: 1/22/01 Updated: 11/02/02