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#1 2017-11-12 08:27:01

mccaffjt
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Free Registration Code

All,

I've only had a dozen or so requests to continue MP3-Boss development, so I haven't put much effort into the next version once it was clear that developer support was fading from newer versions of Microsoft Access. Maybe Access 2019 (?) will be better ... but in the meantime I'm thinking about alternatives (which means starting over from scratch).

So, anyone that wants a registration code can get one for free while I figure out what is next.
First Name: Free
Last Name: MP3Boss
Company:
Registration Code: 6BBDD02C4CB23D81AAD29EC4

<Sorry - no support for free codes!>

If you are running under Windows 10, just select the MP3-Boss icon on the Desktop, and set for "Run as Administrator" and Windows 7 compatibility, and it seems to run fine.

John

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#2 2017-11-28 13:59:34

ralph
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Registered: 2011-06-05
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Re: Free Registration Code

Thanks for this John.....I am now 6 or more versions of computers down the road where I have to reinstall my library and try set up MP3 Boss functionality. That meant searching back for my install code.  I know it is somewhere.  I have also leaned that Winamp is in the past, although still available in older versions.   Will MP3 boss work with other players on Win10?

I hope you find a way and impetus to continue development.  Being 'OCD" as I am, I want clean, consistent, precise MP3 tags, titles and names throughout my library.  Also, I want the easy to operate rating system so I don't have to waste a lot of time before playing just my 'excellent' tracks, or creating a playlist of them to put on my MP3 player.

But that brings up a sore subject....I don't really have a way now to operate my MP3 players.  I may have to resurrect an old Windows XP machine to function only as my 'Music Library" where I can manage my MP3 tracks.  I wonder what others have, beyond just trashing all those MP3 players?

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