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Some users will have problems others will not.

It is not helpful when someone reports that they are experiencing a problem and simply reply "It's working perfectly on my system..."

At least let the OP know what version of the reported problematic soft you are using and what Windows version it is working on. The OP has to compare "Apples-to-Apples" otherwise the infos is worthless.

For example, "Version 1.0 working on W7, XP SP3, etc."

You wouldn't believe how many times a user will state "Hey, it's working fine on my system..." only to leave out the fact that they aren't using the same version as the OP and a different Windows version.

The above statement is not meant as a slam, bash or anything personal - just that bit of additional infos can give the OP an indication that it might be OS version specific.
 

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