Lame V3.98.3 For Audacity On Windows
just adding my voice to crowd of frustrated users. we run a highly virtualized environment (hyper-v) that was sized-out based on ms recommendations, with healthy padding for future growth. from what i understand of it, the idea behind winsxs is protecting users from themselves, when they install crappy apps or delete files. this may work fine for home users, but rolling this into the server os doesn't make any sense. server admin that relies on stuff being hard linked in the winsxs folder to save his butt, instead of actually controlling his system or backing it up doesn't deserve to be an admin. so, now i'm stuck with a windows install that is twice the size it should be.
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this is a bug in audacity and can be replicated on any windows machine. i'm not sure if it's a windows os bug or lame, but if you get the same results then your problem is likely the same. if you make an encrypted file (right click on the file, choose properties, uncheck the encrypted checkbox) and it will not be backed up. it is a bug in audacity. the only fix is to disable the encryption feature in the preferences of audacity. this is a security issue and you should be very careful to not keep your files encrypted. d8a7b2ff72
Windows 8 will be released on August 2012. This causes a danger to all audiophiles who use their Windows-based computer as an audio recording and playback machine. I am surprised Microsoft allowed Windows 8 to go into mass market release. I am familiar with Windows 8 and Windows 7 and the new one is far from being user friendly. No doubt it is a better looking OS than 7 but certainly not "user-friendly" as MS claims, especially if you don't have a gaming rig. No one should be surprised that MS is pushing cheap hardware to force the more expensive PC users to upgrade. Everyone must by now be aware that the Windows-based computer is the right platform for running any serious audio software and not just for simple audio recording and editing on a PC or even a media center like video or music. Everyone running audio software on their Windows-based computer should therefore convert to a Mac or Linux-based computer if they are dissatisfied with the Windows 8 product.
Another question is about running Windows XP on Audacity. It is perfectly feasible but not recommended. Since the XP license of the PC runs out soon, it is more practical to use Windows 7 or 8 than to use the cracked XP version you can download from websites. It may sound strange but you can run Windows 7 and Windows 8 on the same PC and let Windows 7 have XP license while Windows 8 has Windows 7 license. You can even partition your HDD in the following way: you have your C: partition where Windows 7 is running with its license and Windows 8.1 is running on a D: partition. You can keep both XP and Windows 7 licenses for life time. This makes far more sense than installing 2 different copies of Windows XP or dual-boot between both Windows OSes.