nearly ever software installation wants something of it's
program to run on startup.
In fact, wouldn't that yield in 80 or 90 startups in no time at all?
(well, I guess that depends on the user)
All calling home to see if there's something new?
Or saving you one click by being in the tray
as well as on the start menu?
If a google search for a executable program doesn't turn up
any responses (which that one didn't) you need to
double-check the exact spelling, check again and
until something shows up that might be good news
about it, I'd tend to deny it.
It will no doubt be available
since it was part of the download/installation.
Just an opinion, and a WELCOME to you extremepc
Edited by phawgg, 04 February 2005 - 02:59 PM.