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  • ShellRun Freeware Development Kit

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    phdcc: shrun110.exe

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    Download the freeware development kit version: This link is online on the Internet shrun110.exe. 440kB.
    By downloading, you agree to the licence text as explained by the licence and pricing page.

    Run the development kit file to install ShellRun.  Then select Start+All Programs+ShellRun+ShellRun documentation to view these instructions from the development kit.  Follow the Freeware version instructions.

    The ShellRun runtime program ShellRun.exe is installed in your chosen directory, eg C:\Program Files\PHD\ShellRun.  The Start+All Programs+ShellRun menu has links to the documentation and the ShellRun runtime folder.

    You can uninstall the ShellRun development kit later if need be, either from the Start+All Programs+ShellRun menu, or using Add or Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel. 

    Use ShellRun at your own risk.  You can put the freeware version runtime on an unlimited number of CDs etc - see the licence text.  If you like the freeware version, send us an email, buy the retail version.  If you don't like it, tell us why.

    Note that there is no way to evaluate the extra features of the retail version before purchasing a licence. However do get in touch if you would like to try the retail version, with your guarantee that you will buy it or delete it.


    PHD Computer Consultants Ltd makes no representations or warranties about the suitability of the software, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.  PHD shall not be liable for any damages suffered by a user as a result of using, modifying or distributing the software or its derivatives.
    This documentation and the ShellRun software are scanned by anti-virus software.
    ShellRun Home Last modified: 17 September 2010 ShellRun online