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May 22, 2014 - From what I can tell by searching the internet, E-Designer is essential software, but I don't see a place where I can buy or download it. I understand that at this point it may only be available online, but I am looking for a way to buy it for me. Is there a site that can list available updates? I see a lot of people using it, and I can probably get it from other sites, but I'd like to know. Otherwise I'm missing something obvious. I'm currently using version 9.7 (as of April 2014), and there are several updates on the manufacturer's website, including I can't get this part to work. I have tried installing v7.5. I see it installed and says it works fine, but I don't see it in v7.5. I tried removing all updates from the control panel, but that didn't help. I did this to make sure it wasn't my problem. I tried this on two different machines with different versions (one on Windows 7 and one on Windows 8). Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I can try? I can't get it to work. I want the .ps1 file to be available at runtime on windows 7, just as it is available on windows 8 (and Windows 7 - it has something to do with the screen resolution on those systems). I need the script to be available at runtime because I need to run it under a specific account. If you're not sure what I mean, I'll explain. In Windows 7, when you run .ps1 in a console window, it opens in a window. You can go to what's in the console window by right-clicking on it, and you can make some changes in it. But if another window appears in the console window, you can't click anything on the console to open it. (There is one way, though, but I just remembered). When you want to open the console, you can press Ctrl+Alt+F1. But if you want to create a new session, you have to start Windows, find the Start button, and then select " Create New Session". It will then create a new session if it does not exist. Also, if the session already exists, you can do the following steps to close it or just create a new one. To do this you have to press Ctrl+Alt+F2 , but unlike the console you created, the console will not be closed, it will be a new session. If there is something in the session that you want to delete, you have to press Ctrl+Alt+F3 and in the window that appears you have to click on "Delete Session". In doing so, you can delete anything you want to delete. In order to restore a deleted session, you have to press the same key combination and select "Restore session" in the window that appears. In this window, you can restore anything you want to restore. In case you accidentally deleted the desired file, you can restore it. To do this, you need to: When you boot your computer, press the F8 key. In the window that appears, click on "System Restore". In this window, find the item "Restore an earlier state of the computer" and click "Next".