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  1. Is TMG 9.05 compatible with Windows 10?

    Terry, Thank you very much for this and taking the time to respond to me. You have helped me a lot. I'll add a tech tip of my own for you. Windows 10 wants to share information about what you do on your computer with Microsoft. There is a free utility called "Shutup10". You can get it here: https://www.oo-software.com/en/shutup10 It will turn off a bunch of Windows spyware. One other thing. If you want your start menu back, I recommend a product called Start10. Its only $5 and you can try it for 30 days before buying it. (Disclaimer: I don't work for these guys.) Here is the link: https://www.stardock.com/products/start10/ Again, thanks for helping me. I guess I'll bite the bullet and upgrade my home PC to Windows 10. Jean
  2. Is TMG 9.05 compatible with Windows 10? I have a PC running Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, and the updater has stopped working. Its a mess. After some research, it would seem the easiest solution would be for me to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Before doing so, I want to make sure TMG 9.05 is fully functional under Windows 10 Pro. Is this the case? Can I safely upgrade my computer and have TMG 9.05 continue to work as it always has? Thanks, Jean
  3. TMG 9.03 bugs

    Plethora of bugs. I need to get this one corrected first. I am running a 64 bit version of Windows 7 Professional. When converting a project from 9.01 to 9.03 format, I get the following error: Cannot load 32-bit DLL c:\windows\system32\bblistviewv.ocx. 113 TMGAPPOBJ.REGISTERCONTROL When we get this one fixed, we can get the the original problem I was having under 9.01. That being when trying to add a source the computer locks up. Only way out is to push the computer "reset" or "off" button. When we get this one solved I have another bug to report that has been present across major releases. Makes me wonder if this was adequately tested on a 64-bit Windows system. Best regards, Jean