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Old 10-15-2007, 06:07 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
I don't know if you can buy a copy of Windows for $60, but you might pick up one for that price on eBay. Xenu is free though. The page also states:
- does that help?

You give it a URL (or a local file) and it starts crawling looking for and reporting on broken links. Not all that hard to understand is it? It's been around for years, and I'm glad to see it's still alive. Just a pity it isn't open source...
I meant that after paying $60 for Crossover did I also need a copy of Windows (which is also not free).

Anyway, Zenu does sound useful. We could use it here — turns out most links to Amazon are broken after a few months, and it annoys people. We could either fix the link or just replace it with enough information that anyone could find it themselves, no matter where Amazon hides it. Assuming it is still available, of course.

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