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Build a try-before-you-buy version of your Delphi 1.0 or 2.0 application with OnGuard. After sampling your downloaded application, customers can purchase a key code that unlocks the product. OnGuard lets you choose from several protection mechanisms, including limiting the time period or number of executions.
Create 16- or 32-bit Netscape Navigator plug-ins using Visual C++ 4.0 or later and MFC. PluginMaker installs an AppWizard for Visual C++ that lets you create dialog-based plug-ins. The plug-ins will work with Netscape Navigator 2.0 or later, and with Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or later.
You can author 16- or 32-bit applications for Windows 3.x, 95 or NT with Powersoft Watcom C/C++ 11.0. New in this release are support for MMX technology (including debugging support with MMX register display and instruction disassembly), Pentium Pro optimizations (including branch predictions) and improved handling of precompiled headers.