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PreWarn 1.6

PreWarn is a simple program that is used to start other programs.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 17, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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PreWarn is a System Utilities software developed by Gulf Coastal Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for PreWarn:

PreWarn is a simple program that is used to start other programs. When another program is started through PreWarn, PreWarn will first pop up a message window with a Warning message or other message of your making. Then there is an additional choice via buttons as to whether the requested program(s) should be started.

This program was written because the author had some large programs that would tend to hand the operating system if they were started when too many other programs were already running. Another problem program would cause the fonts in all programs to become completely distorted if there was not enough ram available upon it's execution. More recently, a reminder to Unmask an encrypted file before doing a backup was needed so that it was not left out.

PreWarn is also useful for popping up user notes or a help file as to how to operate a program before it is started.

It might also be used to help protect from starting programs that should not be started accidently.

The parameters for starting other programs with PreWarn are:
1. Example 1
File:C:\[path to file to be executed][any prrameter]

2. Full examples:
Note to myself: do not start mozilla if IE is running!
File:C:\Program Files\\Mozilla\mozilla.exe
File:C:\AMisc\Utilities File\Cobian8\Cobian.exe -m
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