Although many other sites have reviewed this product, I felt that there was something missing... my analysis.
After establishing contact with Johan Malmberg (Marketing Manager at LIUtilities), he sent me a boxed version shipped from Sweden in a DVD case. This is an excellent idea, cuts down on the bulky cardboard box (that is usually 95% air anyway) and provides protection for the disc inside. Here's a shot of what you get in the boxed version:
As you can see, the CD and a small but useful manual are provided. The manual is also provided in electronic format for those who prefer to read it that way. Installation couldn't be easier; once the CD-ROM starts spinning a small dialog box asks whether you want to install WinTasks. Then it's a simple matter of choosing the standard installation options such as the directory etc.
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