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   * This page is for Windows users.   * This page is for Windows users.
-  *  Information for [[[linux|[Linux]]] is also available.+  *  Information for [[linux|Linux]] is also available.
   *  If you are running Mac/OSX, please let us know. We do not have instructions for Mac here yet.   *  If you are running Mac/OSX, please let us know. We do not have instructions for Mac here yet.
  
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       * Mirror1: http://​www.abstractspoon.com/​todolist_exe.zip       * Mirror1: http://​www.abstractspoon.com/​todolist_exe.zip
       * Mirror2: http://​www.codeproject.com/​KB/​applications/​todolist2/​todolist_exe.zip       * Mirror2: http://​www.codeproject.com/​KB/​applications/​todolist2/​todolist_exe.zip
-        * Mirror2 requires CodeProject login+        * Mirror2 requires CodeProject login or an error will display
   - Save the file into a folder on your PC.   - Save the file into a folder on your PC.
   - Extract the files to a convenient location. The location doesn'​t matter. You should call the folder "​ToDoList"​. If you intend to run different versions of ToDoList at the same time, and you can, then you should add the version ID, like "​ToDoList 7.0RC3"​. Further instructions will refer to this as the ToDoList folder.   - Extract the files to a convenient location. The location doesn'​t matter. You should call the folder "​ToDoList"​. If you intend to run different versions of ToDoList at the same time, and you can, then you should add the version ID, like "​ToDoList 7.0RC3"​. Further instructions will refer to this as the ToDoList folder.
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     * D:\Folder Where You Put Other Apps\ToDoList     * D:\Folder Where You Put Other Apps\ToDoList
  
-See the [[configuration|Configuration]] page about _C:​\Program ​Files_ ​and _C:\Program Files (x86)_.+See the [[configuration|Configuration]] page about C:​\Program ​Files and C:\Program Files (x86).
  
 The primary folder has all required programs. Information is available about what is in all of the other [[file-folders|file folders]]. The primary folder has all required programs. Information is available about what is in all of the other [[file-folders|file folders]].
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 After selecting the language a "​ToDoList Setup" window displays. Well, OK, there'​s a small installer… You get the option to save data to a .INI file (common configuration file) or to your Windows Registry. Most people choose the INI file which is easy to move, save, and edit. You also get the option to share tasklists on a network, but this can be changed later. After selecting the language a "​ToDoList Setup" window displays. Well, OK, there'​s a small installer… You get the option to save data to a .INI file (common configuration file) or to your Windows Registry. Most people choose the INI file which is easy to move, save, and edit. You also get the option to share tasklists on a network, but this can be changed later.
  
-On clicking Next you get a list of columns that you will initially see in the user interface. If you are working by yourself you may not care to see the field that shows who a task is Allocated To. If you don't work on a deadline you may not want to see Due Date. These are just a couple of many fields to be evaluated, but if you accept the default and click Next you can easily change the settings at any time. If you're curious about any of the fields now, see [[introduction-to-fields|Introduction to Fields]], and from there (and also in the sidebar) is a link to a complete list of all [[[fields|[Fields]]].+On clicking Next you get a list of columns that you will initially see in the user interface. If you are working by yourself you may not care to see the field that shows who a task is Allocated To. If you don't work on a deadline you may not want to see Due Date. These are just a couple of many fields to be evaluated, but if you accept the default and click Next you can easily change the settings at any time. If you're curious about any of the fields now, see [[introduction-to-fields|Introduction to Fields]], and from there (and also in the sidebar) is a link to a complete list of all [[task-attributes|Task Attributes]].
  
 On the next page of the setup you get the option to keep the user interface (UI) simple, or to see all available options. On one hand it's good to start simple and grow as you find need. On the other hand it might help to see what's available first and then decide what you wish to disable. On the next page of the setup you get the option to keep the user interface (UI) simple, or to see all available options. On one hand it's good to start simple and grow as you find need. On the other hand it might help to see what's available first and then decide what you wish to disable.
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