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    Italc 1.0.9

    Hi,

    We use Italc to monitor classrooms over the network. However it will crash randomly without warning. It seems to hold onto the processor and slows the machine down. Does anyone if there is any reason why it keeps crashing or is there a newer version??

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    From the iTalc website [http://italc.sourceforge.net/]

    Another test version of iTALC 1.0.10 available at: http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~doto/ital...00501_1534.exe

    Edit: I installed version 1.0.10 at a single station as a test and it killed my mouse.
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    Have you tried LanSchool? lanschool.com

    It's lightweight and does everything iTalc wants to do and more. Works with PC, Mac, and Linux, and I haven't had it kill anything except the occasional screen when I am trying something supid like viewing a high resolution screen on a low resolution monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdude768 View Post
    Have you tried LanSchool?.
    The OP was about iTalc. And iTalc is freeware. Lanschool is a product that has to be purchased.

    Off topic anyone?

    Edit: Or you actually alluding to LanSchool Lite?: Link: LanSchool v7.4 | LanSchool
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    try Impero , what a great classroom management software that is great www.accro.co.uk/impero let me know what you think

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo2005 View Post
    try Impero , what a great classroom management software that is great Impero | Accro let me know what you think
    Looks interesting. Do you know how much it costs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutech View Post
    Looks interesting. Do you know how much it costs?
    depends on how many licenses you go for to be honest!!!!

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